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What You Should Keep In Your Glovebox

Your glove box can be a very useful area to keep things, but things pile up and here is the list of what you will need at all times.

License and registration : Keep all important documents like proof of insurance, auto registration, and a copy of your driver’s license in a paper clip or plastic bag.
ICE: Experts at AAA recommend keeping an ICE – in case of emergency – car with important contact information, any medications used, allergies, and even the info of your children or whoever frequently rides with you. You can download ICE cards online.
The Owner’s Manual: If your car came with a combo pack of manuals plus other materials like instructions get rid  of it, all you need is the main manual with important info on the engine care, wiper blade sizes, and more.
Tire pressure gauge: Unless you have a new car with its Easy Fill Tire Alert System, a tire pressure gauge is one of the most essential items to have in your car, and luckily it is small!
Flashlight: there are dozens of small, flat, strangely shaped flashlights these days. LED flashlights on the market take only a small space but emit a lot of light. A flashlight will come in handy when trying to change a tire in the dark.
Fuses: Stock your glove box with a few backup fuses, they can be found at a hardware or auto store for a few dollars. If your car’s taillights or power windows stop working, replacing a blown fuse is an easy fix and takes seconds. Plus they are tiny!
Wheel-lock Key: wheel locks help ensure that someone won’t walk off with your pricey wheels, but you won’t be able to change a flat without your key. 
First-aid Kit: If your car is short on storage space, find a small pouch or container and make a basic first-aid kit for the glove box. It should contain adhesive bandages, tissues or cotton balls, pain reliever like aspirin and backup prescription. There are small kits you can buy at the store.
Phone Charger: If you have a smartphone you know how quickly your battery can run out of power, especially if you’re using Bluetooth or your GPS. Most chargers are small.
Paper Map: put a printed, yes printed, fold-out map in your glove box. In this day and age where portable GPS units and cell phones dominate, having an up-to-date paper map as a backup is just plain smart.