Survival planning isn't only necessary for an impending invasion of z o m b i e s. You could be trapped in your car on the highway for more than 24 hours. Think of the unhappy people who didn't expect this happening to them: On Sunday in Indiana, 70 Motorists were stranded in cars for more than 12 hours before being rescued from the snow. Today in Ontario Canada, on highway 402 hundreds were stranded in their cars for as long as 30+ hours in -10C weather before being rescued by the army, called in for this emergency. 47 kilometers of highway were covered with so much snow, that plows couldn't get through. What kind of EDC items would be smart to have in your car when we consider what a long night, stranded in a carwould be like. What EDC items could help survive this ordeal? -Full tank of gas (run only for 10-20 minutes every 1-2 hours to stay warm) -Food, water -Warmth: blankets, -Winter coat, hat, gloves, thick socks, thermal underwear, sweater, scarf -Flashlight -Cellphone and charger -snow & ice tires - tissues and toilet paper (just think 36 hours!!) - collapsible shovel to dig out - if it's an old car have the exhaust system checked to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. - a single bottle of water won't last long with a full car load of people over 36 hours. Any recommendations of what is 'ideal' to keep in the car?