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Anyone done anything special with the location or type of First Aid Kit they have in their Challenger?
There's a first aid kit in my Challenger? I know there is one in my Mercedes Benz van but I was not aware of one in my Challenger. Is this standard or special option? Where is the kit located?

The one in the van is located in the bottom bin of the passenger door.
 

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There's a first aid kit in my Challenger? I know there is one in my Mercedes Benz van but I was not aware of one in my Challenger. Is this standard or special option? Where is the kit located?

The one in the van is located in the bottom bin of the passenger door.
I think the O.P. is asking if people put one in their car, what does it include and, where do they put it.
 

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As for me, no unnecessary weight, if I or anyone else is bleeding profusely, please step away from my car. l carry a small, light weight garrote to put you out of your misery.
 

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Good idea, (O.P, not Frank Julian ;) ). I finally made it a point to put jumper cables in every car we own (4) and emergency water/blanket/first aid/fire extinguisher is next. If I blow $100 for stuff in each car, and never use it, that is a good thing. Never know when a VW or something will fireball, and you can be the guy that saves the day. Maybe chuck in some metal skewers and marshmallow/hot dogs for extreme cases, wait, never mind.
 
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I carry one. I bought it to move around in any car I happen to take on a trip. I bought a ready made kit on Amazon. It is larger than a small one and Includes a lot of items. Minimally, you should carry some bleeding control and bandage items and splinting material. Think of what you are most likely to encounter on the road to help you decide. Of course you’ll need adequate Personal Protective Equipment. In this day and age gloves and protective eyewear are a minimum. And N95 masks too.... carrying as much as practical is a good thing. You’ll be glad you have more than you need if you decide to render aid. And ask the ambulance company (if there is one at your scene) to replace the items you use.
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 · (Edited)
There's a first aid kit in my Challenger? I know there is one in my Mercedes Benz van but I was not aware of one in my Challenger. Is this standard or special option? Where is the kit located?

The one in the van is located in the bottom bin of the passenger door.
There was thread on the subject of Fire Extinguisher mounts and location. I was just wondering want others were doing with their selection of a First Aid Kit. Metal or soft side, in trunk loose or mounted..
 
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