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    #11
    ^ wild animals include men with bad intentions 😈

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by anonemus View Post
    Collapsible baton
    hehehehe. i also carry a mahogany arnis inside the car. wala lang baril ang mangasar, kaya ng arnis.... hehehehe.

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    #13
    meron ako wooden baseball bat, yung maliit, not the size being used sa MLB.

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    #14
    Flashlight, tissue paper, alcohol, blanket, pillow, extra tshirt, water, empty water bottle & my baton.

    Since everyone seems to keep a bottle of drinking water handy, this is something to think of:
    Plastic Water Bottles exposed to Heat can be Toxic

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    #15
    - OR
    - CR
    - owner's manual
    - spare tire
    - early warning device
    - jack
    - portable tire inflator (for my car and for others' as well)
    - torque wrench (serves as my tire wrench, also for self-defense)
    - ratchet wrench (backup in case hindi kaya ng torque wrench, also for dual wielding)
    - 17mm/19mm/21mm/23mm sockets (for my wheels and for others' as well)
    - jumper cables (for my automatic car, also for self-defense)
    - flashlight
    - screwdrivers
    - vise grip
    - pliers
    - adjustable wrench
    - electrical tape
    - masking tape
    - duct tape
    - WD40
    - extra coolant
    - extra shirt
    - first aid kit
    - tissue
    - century tuna


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    #16
    if that century tuna is not the pull-tab model, bring a can opener as well. in times of stress, one tends to fumble opening a can using screwdriver and/or pla-is.
    heh heh.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    if that century tuna is not the pull-tab model, bring a can opener as well. in times of stress, one tends to fumble opening a can using screwdriver and/or pla-is.
    heh heh.
    Haha tama sir Essential things you should always have in your car

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    #18
    I always have this, comes very handy...


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