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It should include items like an empty petrol can, motor oil, jumper leads, reflectors, flashlight and common repair tools for future minor roadside emergencies. It’s also a good idea to keep your car model’s manual handy, as well as bottled water and a first-aid kit.
Keep a spare key or key fob in a safe place or with someone you trust in case it gets misplaced. The same goes for tyres and batteries - if you have a spare in your car, you won’t have to buy replacements if something goes wrong.
Look after your vehicle to reduce your chance of needing roadside assistance. Get scheduled services when they’re due, plus check all fluids and filters routinely and change them when needed. Also monitor tyre pressure and tyre treads and replace worn tyres.