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Old 03-08-2009
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Hmm, Lets See...

In The Cab:
SureFire G2
Full Corpsman Med Kit
EMT Sheers
Flares
Spider Net
Water
Meal Replacement Bars
Fire Extingusier
Gym Clothes
Cell Charger


Console:
Sig 226 w/ Surefire X300 (In holster on Side of Console)
2 Extra Mags of Hydrashocks
SureFire M3
Window Breaker
ASP Baton
Box of CR123 Batterys For the Lights
Box of Trojans
Pens/Notebook


Im Prepared for everything. Best Part Is Both of The Flashlights are brighter then 6D Cell Maglites, and about the size of a AA Maglite.
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Hmm, Lets See...

In The Cab:
SureFire G2
Full Corpsman Med Kit
EMT Sheers
Flares
Spider Net
Water
Meal Replacement Bars
Fire Extingusier
Gym Clothes
Cell Charger


Console:
Sig 226 w/ Surefire X300 (In holster on Side of Console)
2 Extra Mags of Hydrashocks
SureFire M3
Window Breaker
ASP Baton
Box of CR123 Batterys For the Lights
Box of Trojans
Pens/Notebook


Im Prepared for everything. Best Part Is Both of The Flashlights are brighter then 6D Cell Maglites, and about the size of a AA Maglite.
I do not venture off road that much living in Ft Liquordale, however, here is what I have in my truck.

Emergency Orange Road Triangle Marker thing-DOT approved
Recovery Strap
Recovery Shackle
One of my Surefire lights
One of my handguns-can be my Makarov 9x18mm, could be my NAA 22 WM. If I go offroading then the Rem 870 is coming along for a ride.
Same with the Hi-Lift jack
I have two hitches one with a 2 inch ball and the other gives me the option for towing a military type hitch.
ECWS Sleeping bag
Shovel
Cell Phone car charger
Current Road Atlast

If I lived in snow country I would add the following:

Emergency food and water rations.
First Aid Kit
Extra Blanket
Jump Starter Battery with Inverter

Mark
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Things are different here for EMS, I'm a medic and don't even carry a jump bag...

In my truck I just have (scattered wherever it is neat and fits)

Glock and flashlight with spare mag (MUST HAVE, I just need to get a small jump bag so I can keep it more mobile, but my CCW is not here yet...it must be in the glovebox by law for right now)
(For work) clipboard, ems guide, stethescope, Class A shirt
Flashlight with charger mounted to back wall
Inverter
Jumper Cables
Tow rope behind seat
Chargers (phone/ipod)
3 pairs of sunglasses (nice, old, wal-mart special) (I live in FL...sunny sunny FL)
Jacket

and thats about it, I'm not rescue randy and I'm not about to treat patients on the scene when fire rescue avg response is 6mins for broward county :) all i can do in an accident is block the road and make the accident scene somewhat stable (i.e. turn off the car, back bystanders away, call 911, etc)

I like to keep my truck very clean and clutter free, I no longer have a toolbox, I NEVER used my stuff in it
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Almost every tool I own, tow strap, lunch box, and extra clothing.
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Let's see... I don't have a toolbox yet so not a whole lot:

Jumper Cables
Tow rope
Maglite
120 some piece tool set
Knife (since I can't carry my Browning 380 due to my age)
Phone charger
Extra money set aside for emergencies
small first aid kit
Emergency CB kit
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hmm

tool box
tow strap
chain
jack
matches
tie downs
vice grips
hammer adjustable wrench
snow brush
12 gauge
spare spitter
tape measure
ratchet set
2 in receiver

center console
3 boxes of 12 gauge shells
30-06 shells
knife
pliers
chew
trailer light harness
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Gym bag, swim suit, towel, misc stuff for working out and swimming at the Y.

First Aid Kit

Misc emergency tools

Jumper cables

Car wax and polishing compound

Ice scraper

Bottled water

Copies of cd's, I keep the original cd's at home.
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2 10's in a ported box and about 1000 LEDs.
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