trucks, in case somebody needed it during an install. I did, and I was
100 KM from home. (In my silly head, I now own that drill for free.)
Isn't a matter of survival? Even before I started using this wheelchair,
whatever vehicle I was driving always had a basic set of tools in the trunk.
Since I was contracting at the time, that basic set included a saw, hammer
chisels, screw drivers and some mechanics tools. Nowadays with the chair, I
have to carry enough tools to do an unexpected repair. With what I carry as
survival gear, I could strip a car down in ten minutes. :)