Winter Travel Truck Kit | Recovery Emergency Survival

Winter Travel Truck Kit | Recovery Emergency Survival

The dangers of winter travel on the rural roads of the Canadian prairies can be a mitigated with a little forethought and preparedness. Join us as I give a detailed run through of the recovery and emergency items I keep in the truck throughout the winter months that give me peace of mind when traveling in winter conditions.

The Master List:
1. Full sized shovel
2. Cold Steel shovel
3. Passenger car tow rope
4. 3” 20’ tow strap w/2 – ½” shackles
5. Traction tracks
6. Jumper cables
7. Large Ziploc bags
8. Tire repair kit
9. Tire sealant goo
10. 12v Tire pump
11. Large road flares
12. Window punch seatbelt cutter tool
13. LED flashlight
14. 25L Jerry can
15. 2 Wool blankets
16. White Sorel boots
17. Wool Socks
18. Mr. Heater pocket warmers
19. Full sized poncho and 2 disposable ponchos
20. 10’x12’ Tarp
21. 2 Bic lighters
22. Emergency candle
23. Camp Heat burner
24. Military pot
25. Lixada twig stove
26. Hot drinks and food (see video for details)
27. Matches
28. Deck of playing cards
29. Standard First Aid Kit (see video for contents)
30. Face Mask
31. Diarrhea pills
32. Emergency blanket
33. First Aid Guide
34. DIY Tourniquet
35. Compressed fire log
36. Machete
37. Zip ties
38. Paracord
39. Duct tape (good quality)
40. Electrical tape
41. Adjustable wrench, folding knife, flathead screwdriver, multi-tool, fixed blade knife
42. 2.5w Solar Panel battery tender