Not in the GHB, for the purpose of getting home, that's covered a lot...just "basic" car emergency/preparedness items? I am getting semi-serious, with our newer vehicle, of equipping it with all of the likely useful stuff. The best list I have found is here: http://www.utahpreppers.com/2009/02/building-a-vehicle-emergency-kit/ Anything major missing from this? (I'm a licensed HAM but no real money for a rig ATM, but later) I can't type out a complete list of what I have now, I'll have to go physically look at all of it tomorrow during the day. I will say that looking up a list jogged my memory for some very basic things I did not have, such as a box of spare fuses. EDIT Some things I either have in my vehicle (6k lb SUV, 4x4) or have recently ordered: Basic first aid pouch 3"x30' recovery strap, 30k lb rating Receiver hitch that accepts a D-shackle; 2 shackles Jumper cables, 20', 4 gauge, made in USA Phillips/Flathead screwdriver; two different pliers; fixed blade knife Duct Tape, some para-cord Zebralight headlamp, 4D MagLED (I EDC multiple flashlights also and usually have a Thrunite TN11 in the console) Spare fuse box/kit Hose repair kit Drop cloth Work Gloves 6-7 gallons of water One container anti-freeze Road flares, reflective safety vest Small "auto" fire extinguisher Full size spare tire (OEM); 1 can fix-a-flat Poncho/often a jacket or breathable waterproof rain jacket Full change of clothes, season appropriate Decent broken in pair of boots Old/spare pair of eyeglasses Small portable battery powered and solar rechargeable AM/FM radio Wanna kill these ads? We can help!