Safety equipment on your coupe

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  1. deQuincey

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    Emergency or/and auxiliary elements,

    i have read some threads on this, but many are in the for sale folder, so not really collectioned in one thread

    i would like to come here to see and share which safety equipment, including first aid kits, warning triangle, lights, tools, and so on, do we carry on our coupes

    i do not have a first aid kit, but i do have a safety triangle:

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    and a flashing light

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    actually it works,...working here:
     
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    oh yes the tool set:

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    and lome lights:

    external kaco light for emergency in the dark:

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    and a map reading light

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    A fire extinguisher is a mandatory safety item imo. First thing I do is buy one for each car I own.
     
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    good one

    the working one:

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    the eye candy

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    Mines mounted just in front of the passenger side front seat. Never ever leave home with out one!
     
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    While I have none of these I’d suggest
    1) CHMSL
    2) Hands free kit from Parrot or ...
    3) retrofit 3-point seatbelt with pretensioners (requires installation of an accelerometer and sensor processing box
    (4) fire extinguisher, but I’d go with at least a 3lb unit with FE36 (Enviro friendly Halon alternative).
    (5) roll cage - but then you have to wear a helmet + HANS device and use at least a 4 point harness
     
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    I have fitted x2 12v output sockets, one mainly for the Bluetooth FM transmitter, this enables me to run my mobile phone through the cars old fashioned audio speakers for music, radio plays and phone calls via hands free. 15493679304337296908116269590736.jpg
     
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    I keep a parachute in my car upload_2019-2-8_12-1-26.jpeg Just in case!
     
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