My Jeep kit doesn't change year round, but for the car we add a folding shovel and folding traction ramp thingys.Like these.(Image removed from quote.)
Just to say that I've ordered some of the spray tire grip. The worst that can happen is that it doesn't work.
Quote from: Gareth on November 19, 2013, 12:00:41 AMJust to say that I've ordered some of the spray tire grip. The worst that can happen is that it doesn't work. Nah, the worst that could happen is they cause your tyres to go brittle and crack and they all need replacing
*fap fap fap**knock knock* "you OK in there sir?" "oh, erm, err, yes, just trying to keep warm!"
Just like my summer kit, only another wool blanket, a couple more sets of gloves and socks, a pair of sweats (which I can use as long johns) in my overnight bag, and a new big bag of heat packs. And kitty litter
That is one heck of an impressive kit list mate.
Quote from: Gareth on November 25, 2013, 09:28:37 PMThat is one heck of an impressive kit list mate. Quite a few of those things are required by law either here or in the neighbouring countries like for instance an approved FAK, safety triangle, hi-vis vest, ... and I forgot the tow rope that you're also required to have. And if you're driving through some parts of Croatia or the whole of Slovenia you have to have winter tires and/or chains.
Plus if you are stuck in a snowdrift and really need a pee.......