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Vehicle responsibility: from emergency kits to military
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Vehicle responsibility: from emergency kits to military

Photo FIleRichard Perry. ■ By Richard Perry / Contributed Greetings from the Hemet Car Guy. A couple weeks ago in our article “It’s just easier to call Dad” I shared how to jump start a car. Then I vowed that I would get all our kids a roadside kit. After that, I received a call at the dealership from a Chronicle reader asking “What would I recommend in a roadside kit? Well here you go: an emergency kit, at the bare minimum, should contain blankets, canned goods, water, first-aid kit, flashlights, and jumper cables. Some of our customers of VIP Autos are in the military or have children that serve proudly

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