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a2jack

Should you carry tools, or a spare.

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Here's a link to a post I made on another forum on this site. I think it might be of interest to all Smart owners. A2Jack.

http://clubsmartcar.com/index.php?showtopi...mp;#entry192877.

As for tools, a flat blade screw driver and a pair of pliers will at least get you home when your shifter locks.

http://clubsmartcar.com/index.php?showtopic=14231

Edited by a2jack

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When driving my normal use around town, I don't bother to carry anything. Well, except my tires are all charged with Ride-On flat preventer.On out-of-town trips further than maybe an hour or so distant, I throw in my spare tire and break-down kit. The tire is in a handy fitted bag that goes behind the passenger seat and the tool kit is in an old-school mechanic's canvas carry bag that it fits snugly and safely on the floor behind the driver's seat.Bil :sun:

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I carry my 800 number. :) Response time in the past with our other vehicles has been < 1 hour. Now while the Smart might have to be taken to the dealer since it's "unusual", it's inside the 100 mile insurance limit.

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