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OPTIONS TO CARRY IN THE HG VEHICLE
(Items listed somewhat in order of importance)
Health and Safety
- Cellphone, and/or radios adequate to summon help if needed, with the necessary FCC licenses.
- First aid kit for your vehicle (with slings and large bandages).
- Add to First-aid kit: AIR SPLINTS, arm and leg, in the original airtight packaging. They are not just for a broken bone, they can also control extensive bleeding.
- GPS and/or (in the USA) USGS maps.
- Toilet tissue.
- Extra gloves, knit hats, and more insulation than you'd hope to need.
- Change of socks.
- Sun screen.
- Bug spray.
- Survival kit (you never know).
- Fire starter.
- Trail food, Energy bars, et c.
- extra water.
- Bug net.
- Baby wipes.
- Streamer material for launch and LZs (toilet tissue works well).
- Every wrench or tool required for your glider.
- Extra rib ends that connects to the sail (in case one gets lost or broken).
- Safety Rings (for clevis pins).
- Extra rib rope /sail tension ropes (in case one gets broken).
- Tip wand (for curved-tip gliders).
- Extra Velcro straps.
- Extra weak links (towing only).
- Sailkote lubrication for zippers.
Tools In The Vehicle
- Extra batteries for all electrical gear.
- Swiss knife or Leatherman tool.
- Needle nose pliers.
- Common pliers.
- Electrical tape.
- Duct tape.
- Flash light (consider a hand-cranked LED unit).
- Heavy knife.
- High-lift jack (for serious trails).
- Jumper cables.
- Tire pump.
- Tire plugs.
- Tire chains (spring /summer for high mountains).
- Pulaski tool (axe with adz).
- Camera w/ manuals.
- Extra carabiner, hang loops.
- Shovel and bucket (to help fight fires).