Car Survival Gear
Don't just assume that you are going to be able to drive when it comes to a bug out. Wheeled carts and luggage will make a walking bug out much easier. JanSport All Terra? Gear Logic Wheeled Travel Bag
Have one in your bug out bag, backpack and emergency medical bag. I do. Coghlan's Emergency Thermal Blanket
Know what's going on in the area. Get the news. Emergency Radios
A car emergency kit should be in every vehicle
Keep these items in your car at all times
A Variety of Bags Will Work
Most of your car survival gear should be stowed in the trunk of your car in a backpack or lightweight duffle. Another option might be a travel suitcase with a handle and wheels or even one of those folding luggage carts to which you attach your survival kit duffle bag.
Note: A wheeled luggage cart with a milk crate bungied to it would work just as well for transporting survival gear.
To avoid the having-all-your-eggs-in-one-basket situation, your car survival gear should be divided between a larger pack and a smaller fanny pack. The survival fanny pack can be worn around your waist leaving your hands free and will contain a few necessities that would ensure your survival should you have to leave the larger kit behind.
"No problem is insurmountable. With a little courage, teamwork and determination a person can overcome anything." - Anonymous
In the event that surviving in the car becomes impossible, it might be a good idea to include a pair of jeans, socks and work gloves, in your car survival gear, as well as a jacket and hat. If you must set off on foot, if possible, try to travel in a group with other stranded motorists. The mobility of the backpack or wheeled survival kit will then be invaluable.