Lifesaving Items Every Truck Should Have in Their Truck

Whether you own your own rig or drive one provided by your employer, there are several essential items you need to make sure you have available at all times, especially should an emergency arise.

Lifesaving Items Every Truck

  • First Aid Kit
  • Flares and Road Side Reflectors
  • Several Sets of Gloves
  • Rain and Snow Gear
  • Tool Kit
  • Knife
  • Flashlight
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Camping Shovel
  • Small Axe
  • Bottled Water
  • Canned and Dry Foods
  • External Smartphone Chargers
  • Extra Blankets

In addition to these items, you can increase your comfort with a variety of truck interior accessories to make traveling on the road easier and more enjoyable, including:

  • New Semi Truck Seat – Helps prevent back and shoulder pain and provides better comfort while driving.
  • Portable Refrigerator – Store perishable items you can buy at the grocery store for less than truck stops.
  • Slow Cooker – Cook your own meals and save on your food costs.
  • Flip Flops/Shower Shoes – Protect your feet while showering at truck stops.
  • Bathroom/Hygiene Products – A must-have so you can always look your best.
  • Emergency Toilet and Toilet Paper – You never know when you might have to go now, and a rest stop may not be nearby.
  • Paper Towels – For easy cleanups and accidental spills.
  • Truck Mattress – Helps you get a decent night’s rest.
  • Extra Pillows – Provides back support and added comfort.
  • Electric Blanket – Stay warm on colder nights without having to crank up the heat in the cab.
  • Portable TV – Enjoy in-cab entertainment options or watch the local news.
  • Blu-ray Player – Watch movies during your down time.
  • Game Console – Play games alone or online with your family and friends.
  • Satellite Dish – Never miss your favorite shows while on the road.
  • Tablet or Laptop Computer – Play games, send and read emails, and Skype with your family.
  • Ear Plugs – Helps block out noise so you can sleep soundly.
  • Sunglasses – Great for those bright sunny days to make it easier to see the road.
  • Tire Monitoring System – Helps monitor the tires’ pressure and temperature to avoid blowouts.

For assistance in selecting a new replacement truck seat, truck accessories, or other items for your truck, call Suburban Seating & Safety at (844) SAS.SEAT (1-844-727-7328) today!

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