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Old 15th November 2008, 21:40   #16
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alcohol water alcohol water some pepsi and pan parag
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Old 15th November 2008, 23:32   #17
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My interiors need to be uncluttered and neat, it's the boot that takes the stuffing.
I jus realized that i missed the bottle of cash wash from my previous list.
Anybody carries coins? well i tried and the jingle drove me up the roof!
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Old 15th November 2008, 23:34   #18
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Here is my List:

RC Book, PUC, Insurance, License etc..

Chennai City Map, Tamilnadu Road Map

One LED HeadLamp

Jack & Tools, Hazard triangle

141 Screw Driver Kit Box & One Plier

Tubeless Tire Repair Kit

First Aid Box

Fire Extinguisher

One Umbrella

Empty Diesel Can

QuickFix, Araltide

Silicon Sealant

Universal Cleaner

Spirit

WD 40

Vista Glass Cleaner

Fog Cleaner

2 MicroFibre towels (One for Glass & one for LCD)

Car Foot Pump

Mud Cleaner Brush

One MultiVoltage DC-DC Adapter

Tissue box and One Towel

Spare HeadLamp set

One WHO Electronic Cigarette

Some USB Drives with preloaded Movies & Music

Digital Compass

Car Spray

WindShield Washer Concentrate

Com Touch Up Paint

Set of Wires

Almost 20 Fuses with different ratings

And some weapons?
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Old 15th November 2008, 23:40   #19
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Here is my List:
RC Book, PUC, Insurance, License etc..
Chennai City Map, Tamilnadu Road Map
One LED HeadLamp
Jack & Tools, Hazard triangle
141 Screw Driver Kit Box & One Plier
Tubeless Tire Repair Kit
First Aid Box, Fire Extinguisher
One Umbrella
Empty Diesel Can
QuickFix, Araltide, Silicon Sealant
Universal Cleaner
Spirit.WD 40
Vista Glass Cleaner
Fog Cleaner
2 MicroFibre towels (One for Glass & one for LCD)
Car Foot Pump
Mud Cleaner Brush
One MultiVoltage DC-DC Adapter
Tissue box and One Towel
Spare HeadLamp set
One WHO Electronic Cigarette
Some USB Drives with preloaded Movies & Music
Digital Compass
Car Spray
WindShield Washer Concentrate
Com Touch Up Paint
Set of Wires
Almost 20 Fuses with different ratings
And some weapons?
HELLO, well what car do you have, Lets throw in a barbecue stand and a stove and Hammock and we'll go camping or maybe even stay in there till christmas
Well actually I'm surprised that this is always in your car, and as most essential. But I'll hand it to you ... LOL And I was kidding about the Barbecue
All the best.

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Old 15th November 2008, 23:50   #20
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I am sorry, I forget to mention this stupid things too:

One 6 motor Seat Massager always attached to my seat
Cigar Light Splitter (I have 2 of them with 4 holes each, as running out of Holes! - Just imported one more with switch attached!!!)
2 Neck Pillow for front seats & 2 back rest pillows for rear seats
My Digital Camera
One FM Transmitter with Video
Some Print Outs like - Shop Addresses, Chennai Traffic Rules, Hotels List taken from Team-Bhp etc...
My Health Cigarette Car Charger (as the stupid multivolt DC-DC wont support 6.5 v)
One Auto Range Multi-Meter
Digital Tire Gauge
Complete Spanner Set
Some Nuts & bolts
One Wire Tape & One Teflon tape
One Double sided tape, But not 3M
Some CDs
Some Coins
One LCD Cleaner
And One IODEX & TigerPalm (As my FirstAid box doesn't have them!)

Believe Me, I am not joking and never find any one of the above useless!!! Planned to import a compressor and Rechargeable Vacuum Cleaner, but no time now.

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Old 16th November 2008, 00:08   #21
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aaahh i see u got a safari ibm_ making use of all the cabin space huh?
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Old 16th November 2008, 00:23   #22
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Believe Me, I am not joking and never find any one of the above useless!!!
No offense in me asking - Yes non of the above are UseLess but have they ever been USED as in been useful?

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And One IODEX & TigerPalm (As my FirstAid box doesn't have them!)
You mean Tiger Balm? or is there something else like that?
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Old 16th November 2008, 00:41   #23
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but have they ever been USED as in been useful
Almost yes, except some fuses, bolts/nuts, my foot pump, Fire Extinguisher, Diesel Can, Spare headlamps and the Weapons!!!

And the most used parts are:

WD 40
City Map
Iodex even My Massager always Run whenever I am inside the car
Microfiber Cloths
QuickFix
Vista Glass Cleaner
MultiVoltage DC-DC Adapter
WHO Electronic Cigarette - I used to smoke always whenever I am inside the car!!!
Wire Tape
My DIgital Compass with Temperature & Battery Status

I prefer everyone to carry all the above except the Iodex/Massager, at least the E-Cigarette if you are a smoker...

I also recommend everyone to carry the Fire Extinguisher, First Aid Box, fuses, foot pump, Spare Wheel tools, Spare headlamps and a 100 Rupees Duplicate-Note for Traffic Police.

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You mean Tiger Balm
Exactly.

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Old 16th November 2008, 01:02   #24
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I like my cars interior clean and uncluttered
so the only thing you can find is a CD pouch,and cleaning cloths under the seat.

Latest addition is a teddy bear sitting on the rear seat(courtesy My GF).He is the only rear passenger I have in my car 99.9% of the times.
Jokingly I told her you made me a teddy's chauffer

In the boot.
nothing expect tyre Foam and usual spare wheel and toolkit.
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I am sorry, I forget to mention this stupid things too:

One 6 motor Seat Massager always attached to my seat
Cigar Light Splitter (I have 2 of them with 4 holes each, as running out of Holes! - Just imported one more with switch attached!!!)
2 Neck Pillow for front seats & 2 back rest pillows for rear seats
My Digital Camera
One FM Transmitter with Video
Some Print Outs like - Shop Addresses, Chennai Traffic Rules, Hotels List taken from Team-Bhp etc...
My Health Cigarette Car Charger (as the stupid multivolt DC-DC wont support 6.5 v)
One Auto Range Multi-Meter
Digital Tire Gauge
Complete Spanner Set
Some Nuts & bolts
One Wire Tape & One Teflon tape
One Double sided tape, But not 3M
Some CDs
Some Coins
One LCD Cleaner
And One IODEX & TigerPalm (As my FirstAid box doesn't have them!)

Believe Me, I am not joking and never find any one of the above useless!!! Planned to import a compressor and Rechargeable Vacuum Cleaner, but no time now.
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Here is my List:

RC Book, PUC, Insurance, License etc..

Chennai City Map, Tamilnadu Road Map

One LED HeadLamp

Jack & Tools, Hazard triangle

141 Screw Driver Kit Box & One Plier

Tubeless Tire Repair Kit

First Aid Box

Fire Extinguisher

One Umbrella

Empty Diesel Can

QuickFix, Araltide

Silicon Sealant

Universal Cleaner

Spirit

WD 40

Vista Glass Cleaner

Fog Cleaner

2 MicroFibre towels (One for Glass & one for LCD)

Car Foot Pump

Mud Cleaner Brush

One MultiVoltage DC-DC Adapter

Tissue box and One Towel

Spare HeadLamp set

One WHO Electronic Cigarette

Some USB Drives with preloaded Movies & Music

Digital Compass

Car Spray

WindShield Washer Concentrate

Com Touch Up Paint

Set of Wires

Almost 20 Fuses with different ratings

And some weapons?
Are you also going to mention Steering wheel and 4 tires in another post. Dont forget to add engine and gearbox.
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Old 16th November 2008, 02:20   #26
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Are you also going to mention Steering wheel and 4 tires in another post.
What is Steering Wheel?

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Dont forget to add engine and gearbox.
Thank you, will try to do so in future.

Off Topic: And I realized that there are lot of people crying for post counts in this forum as I am officially working for a Forum which has 70,000 members. And this is the second time I am kicked off by a member in this forum. (Already some moderator helped me a lot by deleting lot of stupid posts made by other team-bhpians from this thread: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...n-film-16.html)

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Are you also going to mention Steering wheel and 4 tires in another post. Dont forget to add engine and gearbox. __________________
I'm not as think as you drunk I am.
I even wonder many times, why should I come and post here and ask people to use E-Cigarettes in their cars instead of tobacco cigarette (I am a chain smoker and I am living in the world now only because of this E-Cigarette-if not I might dead already). I even wonder why should I take leave and took photos of my Safari Decarb process to this people:http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/access...onization.html , and even i wonder why should I take risk to share the cost of owning a Safari vehicle here: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/long-t...nce-cost.html? (TATA Safari TCIC Maintenance Cost)

This is not the first time happening like this in this forum. You people cant understand and you may think I am over-reacting if you are not familiar with the posts/fight bw me and some ??? in: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...n-film-16.html

I am not posting this things for me, I have seen many people kicked off by senior members in this forums many times - I am just asking the moderators - Why they are all discouraging us? If they cant encourage us, why cant they shut up their mouth? Believe me, I have seen this posts from North Indians only (No offense, I too basically a north Indian!!!)

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ibm_jennifer, I think you've misunderstood the spirit of the thread and posts by fellow members.
I hope you catch what i'm saying - The thread was to know what are dearest things that you keep in your Car and make sure it's always there. essentials. In your case there was a huge list that makes people wonder if you actually need all of it on a most wanted list. I think that's the reason why folks ask you interesting questions. (the fake Rs100/- is a gross illegality from your side.. see what I'm saying!? )
I know that Dan was kiddin when he asked about your engine.
So accept crazy remarks with a laugh and let it be!
If you feel like it answer them with a smile too.
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I'm also interested - what are the original and xeroxed documents that NEED to be in the car?
Strictly speaking, legally you are required to carry all your original papers all the time in the car, which is registration certificate (once popularly called blue book but mostly a smart card these days), road tax token, insurance and driving license.
Now in real life, if you carry all the originals in your car and the car gets stolen then the thief gets access to all the original papers too and gets a very good resale value !!!
Therefore, I just carry my original license in my wallet and the photocopy of the other three documents. If ever police needs to see the originals they can keep my car and I would bring them from home.
However, before long drives out of town I always carry all the original papers with me.
Regarding my favourite must haves in the car 1. umbrella 2. digital tyre pressure gauge (I am paranoic about low pressure) 3. tubeless repair kit 4. some loose cash tucked behind the sun guard (my wallet is perpetually empty)
However, my car's backseat and all other available spaces are extremely cluttered with all sorts of things - none of them is my favourite though.
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If you feel like it answer them with a smile too.
Its all because of a missing . And I forget to add a Car Battery Jump-Starter.
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