After my winter break I head back to work tomorrow, and decided this year to be a little more prepared. We drive an hour to work every day so I wanted some supplies to always have in the car and the work truck to help us out when we need it instead of getting stuck this year. I bought this bag a few months ago and decided it would work perfect. http://www.armysurplusworld.com/product.asp?engine=froogle&productID=13170 It's geared more towards helping me day to day. When we are at job sites and need to get something un-broken fast we almost always have to wait for the job manager to show up with the right sized wrench, or something stupid like a pull cord for a saw. But I also wanted some stuff that would prove useful if something happened and we needed to get out of the city and home. Here's the pictures. I managed to cram a lot of stuff in there. A small socket set with metric and standard sizes. Tape measure Allen wrench set 5 open ended wrenches in common SAE sizes and a large crescent wrench Multiple pens and pencils Safety glasses Dust Masks Pocket hacksaw An old seat belt (good for a tourniquet or long enough to tie something down) Small first aid kit with pain and allergy meds (benadryl, aspirin and some sinus pills) Floss Wind up radio with emergency bands, and flashlight. 50 Ft. of paracord A small muli tool with all common screw driver bits A p38 can opener Box of razor blades and an extra folding pocket knife A large carabiner, and some other small snaps An old USB drive just incase Legal pads A digital camera and extra batteries And the two most important I think. Extra socks and a copy of Pocket Ref. Is there any must have's that I may have missed? I always have some cash on me so that's not an issue and I don't have a pistol permit, so that's out.