Comparing emergency kits for cars

We invented Blinking Brake Lights because we care about drivers’ safety. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rear impact collisions result in more injuries than any other type of automobile accident every year. However, with Blinking Brake Lights, the reaction time of people driving behind you is reduced, which ultimately lessens your chances of being rear-ended. However, we’re aware that there are many dangers and scenarios that could occur while driving, so we took a look at three different emergency kits around the same price.

 

We strongly believe there is no such thing as being too prepared.  We’re not suggesting keeping a trunk full of goods in case of an apocalypse but maybe a bottle of water would be appropriate. As a result, we did some research and comparisons to find the best emergency kits out there.

 

1. Lifeline 4330AAA Road Kit sold at Walmart for $24.97 (https://express.google.com/u/0/product/5775429365103492569_13230199484866254575_8175035?utm_source=google_shopping&utm_medium=tu_cu&utm_content=eid-lsjeuxoeqt,eid-koyayyivmf,eid-ygcnqnyulq&gtim=CO-hxPqOmJXxXxD20sK_yKCu50sYkIb0CyIDVVNEKJCS4N0FMLv78gM&utm_campaign=8175035&gclid=Cj0KCQjwrszdBRDWARIsAEEYhrd36cztIHso-vqhICvYi04xQV82XdldhwOno2gEHsg7GGNNdFR3obkaAj-CEALw_wcB)

 

What does this includes?

 

Inside the very stylish Triple A bag are zipper pulls, an emergency car care guide, a membership brochure, one set of heavy duty booster cables and one heavy duty flashlight.

 

Rating?

On Google Express, it has a 4.3 star rating out of 23 reviews. One user said, “We provided this as a gift at Christmas time to all of the car owners in the family, and it was a wonderful surprise to the recipients. They were delighted! The quality of the equipment in the bag, and the compact size of it was fantastic. It's one of those things that you hope you'll never have to use, but you're glad you have it if that time ever does come. Great gift idea; great overall purchase.”

 

2. Stalwart 55-Piece Pink Emergency Roadside Kit with Travel Bag for $29.62 sold at Home Depot (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stalwart-55-Piece-Pink-Emergency-Roadside-Kit-with-Travel-Bag-75-EMG2053/206729478?cm_mmc=Shopping%7CG%7CHC%7CD25T%7C25-31_GARAGE%2FAUTOMOTIVE%7CNA%7CNA%7CRLSA%7c71700000037147753%7c58700004141485307%7c92700034088528780&gclid=Cj0KCQjwrszdBRDWARIsAEEYhrew0Fgb-3PMROUKeYWUVWfoQZXwTc1oWD6Bc76HfT9UJkbxgHSg1WMaAmOqEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CKODsp316N0CFcHewAodE8kPRA)

 

What does this include?

 

For a whopping $29 and 62 cents, the customer will receiver a “versatile soft-sided travel bag,” pair of jumper cables, bungee cords, emergency blanket, tire repair kit, box cutter, two screwdrivers, flashlight, tripod stand, duct tape, gloves, pliers, zip ties, emergency sign and a first aid kit.

 

Rating?

 

On the Home Depot page, it received a 4.3 star rating based on seven reviews. One user said, “It contained all the basic essentials for a road emergency.”

 

3. Roadside Assistance Car Emergency Kit for $29.30 sold on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Roadside-Assistance-Car-Emergency-Kit/dp/B07635TT3W/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1538526207&sr=8-7&keywords=car+emergency+kit)

 

What does this include?

 

This kit includes reflective warning triangle and safety vest, tow rope, gloves, safety hammer, seatbelt cutter, flashlight, adhesive tape, rain coat, tire pressure gauge, screwdriver, jumper cables, emergency blanket and a first aid kit.

 

Rating?

 Out of 72 reviews, it has a 4.7 rating out of 5 stars. One customer said, “It is a perfect  inexpensive, emergency kit for a vehicle. I gave them as gifts for two teenage girls of a co-worker and it has the essentials they need. Well worth the money even if they only get used one time. I added a flare, and multi tool, and beefed up the first aid kit, but that's a me thing. hard to beat this package.”

 

Conclusion? This is just the tipping point. Start by making a list of the things that are important to you, not only that, but do you know how to use all the items in these kits? Regardless, Blinking Brake Lights is proud of you for taking the innovative to be precautious.  Let us know what emergency kits you recommend!