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AAA 65-Piece Winter Severe Weather Travel Kit

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4.5 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews
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  • Compact 65-piece road assistance kit for winter conditions by AAA and LifeLine First Aid
  • Includes folding shovel with sheath
  • Includes 3-piece fleece set
  • Includes strobe light
  • Includes a 46-piece first-aid kit
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Technical Details

Brand AAA
Item Weight 3.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 12 x 3.5 inches
Item model number 4290AAA
Batteries 2 D batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 4290AAA

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ASIN B0006MQJ02
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4.5 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #56,339 in Automotive (See top 100)
#47 in Automotive > Interior Accessories > Safety > Safety Kits
#86 in Home Improvement > Safety & Security > First Aid Kits
#249 in Health & Personal Care > Health Care > First Aid > First Aid Kits
Shipping Weight 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available July 25, 2005

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Product Description

Product Description

The AAA 65-Piece Winter Severe Weather Road Assistance Kit is specially designed to deal with cold-weather emergencies. This economical kit has all the basics to keep you warm and assist you with fighting ice and snow. It comes with the following items: 1 AAA single-sided carrying bag, 1 AAA emergency care guide, 1 AAA membership brochure, 1 plastic flashlight with batteries, 1 three-piece fleece set (cap, gloves, and scarf), 1 folding shovel with sheath, 1 ice scraper, 1 LED safety strobe light, 1 emergency survival blanket, 3 emergency candles, 2 hand warmer packets, 1 emergency whistle, and a 46 piece first-aid kit.

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You never know where the road may lead or what may happen, so don't be caught unprepared. LifeLine First Aid--a leader in the field of first-aid and disaster readiness products--has teamed up with AAA to bring you a line of high quality Road Assistance Kits. Featuring both first-aid and automotive emergency items, these practical all-in-one kits can help protect you in the event of an automobile breakdown or personal injury.

AAA Assistance Kits help you stay safe on the open road.
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Equipment That Keeps You Safe and Comfortable
If an accident or personal injury were to occur during your trip, would you be ready to deal with it? Being unprepared for a situation requiring first-aid can turn an inconvenience into something much more serious. Nobody wants to be stuck on the side of the road, but the AAA Adventurer Road Assistance Kit will help keep you safe, warm, and comfortable while you are waiting for help. It contains a folding shovel, strobe light, and emergency whistle--three items that can minimize the amount of time you are stranded. All AAA Assistance Kits come with LifeLine's 46-piece first-aid supply pouch. It contains a variety of medical supplies that can address a wide range of minor injuries.

What's in the Kit?
The AAA 65 Piece Winter Severe Weather Road Assistance Kit is specially designed to deal with cold-weather emergencies. This economical kit has all the basics to keep you warm and assist you with fighting ice and snow. It comes with the following items: 1 AAA single-sided carrying bag, 1 AAA emergency care guide, 1 AAA membership brochure, 1 plastic flashlight with batteries, 1 three-piece fleece set (cap, gloves, and scarf), 1 folding shovel with sheath, 1 ice scraper, 1 LED safety strobe light, 1 emergency survival blanket, 3 emergency candles, 2 hand warmer packets, 1 emergency whistle, and a 46 piece first-aid kit.

Quality That You Can Depend On
For more than 100 years, AAA has provided quality services and resources to help their members experience safer and more enjoyable travel. By continuing to uphold principles such as rock-solid reliability and lasting value, AAA has established its reputation as the most trusted name in travel. LifeLine First Aid's shared commitment to quality and value prompted AAA to partner with them to offer its brand for retail sale for the very first time in company history. Together, they bring you a series of Road Assistance Kits equipped with practical, reliable emergency-preparedness items.

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I ordered two of these kits in anticipation for another cold Minnesota winter. I received it within 2 days since I have Amazon Prime. I am pleased with the kit overall, but am disappointed as well.

The kit seems sufficient with plenty to get by if I were to be stranded somewhere in the middle of no where. There's stuff to keep me warm, safe, and to signal others as well. Everything seems to be of mediocre quality, which is good enough for me.

However, it is different from what is described.

1) No Matches! The set of matches in both sets were replaced with another cheap candle due to shipping restrictions. What good are my 4 candles without matches?

2) The flashlight is NOT a hand-charged dual LED flashlight. Instead it is an ordinary cheap flashlight with two AA batteries.

The waterproof matches and the hand-charged flashlight were definitely selling points, and I'm not so sure I would have bought this particular set if it I knew these pitfalls ahead of time. Nonetheless, I'll keep them to save myself the hassle since I'm still better with the kits than without them.

I am planning on adding a few items before I chuck it into my trunk. Some hard candy, extra socks, some baggies to keep my feet dry in case I need to trudge through some snow, a container to melt snow in, chapstick, a medium sized and durable container of cat litter, and finally my trusty jumper cables.
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The contents range from the really useful (shovel) to first aid supplies that are really unrelated to weather to a really cheesy & flimsy fleece hat and blanket. (For one person.) Still, we picked and pulled items from this and our existing winter car emergency bag to make a better bag. The hat is a good idea, but putting two old but warmer ones in our winter duffel is better. The kit doesn't have warmth or work gloves, and yet those are really very necessary if you have to change a tire or get stuck and have to dig out. Mittens are best for hand warmth. We added some light sticks, a package of 8-hour self-adhesive heat wraps (the kind you use when you've got a back ache) which can provide a lot of core warmth for hours, a couple of old heavier weight polarfleece jackets (hit the thrift store), some more handwarmers, pack of toe warmers, extra oversize space blanket, roll of duct tape, two heavier duty disposable plastic drop cloths, a bungee cord and a utility knife. Add a clean pint mason jar with emergency candles inside and some strike anywhere matches, a roll of TP and 2-3 black plastic trash bags. Food wise you really need some water: you can buy Datex packets (like Capri Sun, but with just water) or just get some Capri Sun or Gatorade packets, which can all withstand freeze-thaw cycles. Two small cans of almonds provide energy and have a long shelf life. A hunter orange vest can make you easier to see A wind-up radio/light/cellphone charger completes the package.

We cram all this in an old, small nylon duffel bag and toss it in the car for the entire winter. It doesn't need any attention, but if we skidded off -road or ended up with a disabled car in a remote area we'd have what we need to stay alive even in a blizzard, and even if a window broke.
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If you are a driver who travels in rough winter weather (or if you know and like such a driver), this is a perfect starter kit to put in the trunk before the first leaves fall. The AAA Winter Travel kit has put together a bunch of survival items that could make the difference between freezing to death or waiting for help in relative comfort. The kit is not 100% complete, no kit could be, but if you add the items that pertain to your personal situation, you will feel a lot better when driving those backwoods roads.

The most useful item, by far, is the enclosed "Emergency Car Care Guide," which has instructions and suggestions to get your car headed back to safety instead of being stranded at the side of a cold and stormy road. If the car cannot be started again easily, the Guide also contains suggestions on how to keep warm and safe while waiting for rescue. To help, there are emergency candles, a shovel to remove snow from around the car's tailpipe (keeps away that carbon monoxide), a flashlight and an emergency blanket. The blanket is made of thin, reflective plastic and would be better supplemented with a heavy woolen blanket, or even layers of newspaper in an emergency.

Another thing that the kit does not contain is food and water necessary to stay warm, comfortable and not hungry while waiting. I suggest always having a case package of water bottles (you need a lot more water than food, and three candles won't melt much snow) and some high calorie snack bars, which last a long time and will provide needed body heat in a winter emergency. Both items can be easily replaced and rotated as time passes, so that the items won't be old and stale when a real emergency occurs.
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Useful item, misleading description. I actually used this last weekend when I unexpectedly had to put chains on my tires and was without a hat and mittens, so I am glad I had it. However, the item description lists "1 hand-charged dual LED flashlight" which is not the case. I got a normal, incandescent flashlight with two batteries. No LED, no hand-charge. Also, the item description lists "strobe light" which also appears to be absent, unless you repeatedly turn the flashlight on and off by yourself. Finally, no matches as the description says. Apparently shipping regulations restrict the shipping of matches.

These items really need to be fixed in the description.
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