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- fire extinguisher
- flashlight with extra batteries
- distress flag or colored cloth to hang from antenna
- flares, emergency hazard light, or fluorescent road markers
- first aid kit and extras of any important prescriptions
- water and non-perishable packaged food
- toilet tissue
- change for phones
- instant camera for photographing damage during an accident
- emergency blankets and instant hand warmers (for cold weather)
- sun shades and sunscreen (for hot weather)
CLEANING AND REPAIR SUPPLIES
- empty gas container and siphon pump
- basic tool kit
- tire jack, lug wrench, tire blocks, and tire pump
- spare tire (make sure it's inflated)
- can of one-shot aerosol tire inflator (for quick fixes)
- paper towels and window cleaner
- jumper cables with insulated handles and instructions
- proof of insurance
- automobile registration papers
- contact info for auto club service
- contact info for insurance agent
- emergency contact info (spouse, roommate, etc.)
- checklist of steps to take in an accident
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Ramona Creel is a modern Renaissance woman and guru of simplicity -- traveling the country as a full-time RVer, sharing her story of radically downsizing, and inspiring others to regain control of their own lives. As a Professional Organizer and Accountability Coach, Ramona will help you create the time and space to focus on your true priorities -- clearing away the clutter other obstacles and standing in the way of that life you've always wanted to be living. As a Professional Photographer, Ramona captures powerful images of places and people as she travels. And as a travel writer, social commentator, and blogger, she shares her experiences and insights about the world as we know it. You can see all these sides of Ramona -- read her articles, browse through her photographs, and even hire her to help get your life in order -- at www.RamonaCreel.com. And be sure to follow her on Twitter and on Facebook.
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