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I was wondering what tools do you carry in the car. I realize a cell phone is the best tool, and the frunk cellar (or whatever you wanna call it) has some basics, including the lugnut safety socket. But I take my car on long rides and wonder if I break down in a small town, the local mechanic is not going to have a serpentine belt etc. 

So I put together a basic toolset, but want to ask for suggestions.  Thus far I have 

  • spare serpentine belt and the 24mm wrench needed to put it on.
  • 19 mm 3/8" socket with extender and ratchet wrench
  • large adjustable wrench with smooth-surface jaws (Might replace the 24mm as it opens that wide IIRC)
  • medium Knipex Cobra
  • diagonal cutter
  • hammer
  • ratcheting screwdriver with torx and philips bits
  • metric ballhead Allen wrenches
  • boxcutter, mirror, picker, light, gloves, microfiber towels





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