Did you know the glove box was originally intended for exactly what it sounds like, gloves? Today, glove boxes are used for extra storage. However, sometimes they are a source of clutter and chaos. Hey, we are all human! Instead of filling it up like a junk drawer, read on to find some beneficial items to keep handy in your glove box and get organized so that you know where to go in the event of an accident, flat tire, or if you just need to blow your nose.
These items are necessary to have at your fingertips in the event of an emergency.
The glove box is a great place to keep your medical information. If you are ever in an accident where you can’t communicate, you should have a list of any medical conditions, allergies, and emergency contacts for responders to easily locate. It is also a good idea to keep this info in your cell phone or written down in your wallet. Always keep a writing utensil and some type of paper inside to jot down insurance information if you are ever in a wreck. You’ll also want to make sure to keep your car insurance policy on you. Finally, you’ll want to hold onto that owner’s manual. This is the go-to resource for all the symbols on your dashboard, how many miles you should go before an oil change, and more.
These items are not critical, but they could prove useful to have when you are driving.
Keep a flashlight on you to help find items that may have fallen in the cracks or in the event of a flat tire at night. Also, you can never have too many napkins, baby wipes, and hand sanitizer bottles in your car, so these are highly encouraged items to have on hand. Tuck a few plastic bags inside to pull out as an instant trash container. Lastly, all pet owners know you can’t live without a lint roller. These items will save you in a pinch.
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