An essential item for anyone who does solo travel to and from trailheads in remote areas is a battery jumper. Don’t be fooled by the less expensive jumpers. They don’t have enough Cold Charging Amps (CCA) for when you really need them. The linked model is suitable for a larger six cylinder engine even in very cold weather.
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