Our pick: LifeLight LED Emergency Flashlight
The four-in-one device should be kept somewhere accessible in your car, like the glove department or a seat pocket. It’s an emergency flashlight that can break a window, cut a seat-belt or even charge your phone. There are times after an accident where it’s not possible to open the car door or undo your seat-belt. This personal safety device helps you get out and away from your vehicle until help arrives.
A built-in hand-crank charger charges the flashlight battery and can also charge a smartphone so you can call for help without having to worry about running out of light or power. It also comes in handy on a camping trip and is small and light enough to throw into your backpack.