4 products to make your life easier if you’re stuck in your car all night: winter edition

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How would you do at night in your car?

Fast-moving winter storms provide a unique opportunity to spend long, cold nights stuck in your car. It only takes a few inches of ice, sleet or unploughed snow to bring traffic to a halt once an accident occurs.

Here are some inexpensive things you can buy to feel more comfortable the next time you get stuck.

Curb hunger pangs with a varied box of Clif Bars. Heavy enough to fill you up for a few hours, these chewy snacks are a favorite for hikers, campers and anyone who needs sustenance quickly. The hardest part will be not to enter the box before you need it.

Clif Bar
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No need to envy guys who can pee in an empty cup. Forget holding it or hiding in the bushes if nature calls! This silicone funnel is perfect for quick and easy relief without ever leaving your car. At just $12.99, it’s an inexpensive lifesaver.

Your own body heat is one of your best defenses and you need a way to conserve it. This sleeping bag is well insulated and rolls up tightly to create a compact package. $27.99 is a small price to pay for a good night’s sleep.

Finally, a good compact shovel will keep you out of trouble and allow you to exercise to stay warm. This folding version can stretch into three different sizes with a telescopic handle. $34.96 is considerably cheaper than a tow truck!

Remember, these are additional items you should have on hand if a winter storm is brewing and you need to be on the road. Click here to see some ideas for more basic winter car kit items.

What do you keep in your car in case you get stuck? Let us know in the comments!

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