An on-the-fly truck repair kit should include replacement parts and enough stuff to MacGyver your way home. Hit the auto-parts store for JB Weld for fixing broken metal braces and patching an oil pan and hose-repair tape, two wire hangers and a tire reamer-plugger, duct tape, parachute cord, Fix-a-Flat, and jumper cables.
Venison jerky and some freeze-dried meals can keep you nourished while you wait for the rescue crew.
Gallon of Water
A gallon of drinking water to quench your thirst will make a major breakdown more bearable.
Your vehicle can be your best friend, but it also can be extremely problematic, especially if you live in a rural or remote area; in fact, if things go really wrong, your vehicle could be your only way to survive until help gets to you.
That's why water, jerky, and a repair kit are just a few of the items you should always have with you. There's other supplies too that can make a world of difference when your car is broken down or you're dealing with a disaster.
For additional supplies you must have in your vehicle as a basic survival kit head to the next page.