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What's in yours?
#1
Just wondering what bits and bobs people carry in their motors. 

for example. in both my cars I carry similar items. 
Fire extinguisher.
First aid kit.
Dash cam.
Baby wipes and kitchen roll.
Wind up torch.
Pens and pad.
Compressor and a tin of tyre weld.
Tie wraps and duct tape. 
Pair of work gloves. 
Hi viz vest.
Brolly. 
Snatch rope.
A couple of bungee straps.
Phone charger.
and some bulbs.

now, thats pretty much a standard bit of stuff to carry in your car.    
but what do carry thats different to the norm. 
what can't you do without?

I always make sure ive got some chewing gum in the car. and its routine to chew whilst on the commute to work.  can't do with out!  Undecided
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#2
Blimey, good job you have a Berlingo, that lot wouldn't fit in a normal car!
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#3
sat nav, phone charger, old iPhone, track pump, bike helmet and about 100 empty juice bottles and other junk
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#4
2 reflective vests.1 BMW m/c tool roll.Extending wheel brace.Torch.Maps etc.Dog crate for our Guide Dog puppy.bags of Wine Gums(love'em.)+ loads of o+s.
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#5
A torch glove's a lone ranger mask jemmy bar a bag and a pair of running shoe's for my night shift's . Dodgy
In the day micro fibre cloth 12v v pump tyre pressure gauge phone charger sun glasses thick warm coat CD'S hand wipe's toilet roll squeegee and a back seat driver . Angry
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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(05-02-2016, 11:02 PM)Jed Clampit Wrote:  A torch glove's a lone ranger mask jemmy bar a bag and a pair of running shoe's for my night shift's . Dodgy
In the day micro fibre cloth 12v v pump tyre pressure gauge phone charger sun glasses thick warm coat CD'S hand wipe's toilet roll squeegee and a back seat driver . Angry

Glad you're not bored at night Jed. Cool
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#7
AA recovery card.
2001 1.9D Multispace.
Diagbox diagnostics in Northumberland.
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#8
Too much crap to list.... Maybe tools of the trade for a sparky/solar/aircon bloke and a 19mm deep socket and 500mm breaker bar for my 17's......most importantly...empty beers


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#9
The contents of my van will vary from day to day but some things are always present :

Ten million dogs hairs spread everywhere despite best efforts of a portable Hoover !

Breaker bar and wheel nut socket.
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(09-02-2016, 09:07 PM)doofer Wrote:  Mattress, candles, champagne and a Kenny G CD.

You old romantic you !!!!!!!
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