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    Father's Day Gift Idea: Dad's car travel kit

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    Car Travel #travel tips #travel guide #travelling collections| http://sportcarcollections457.blogspot.com

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    DIY gift idea - car travel kit

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    Dad's Car Travel Kit | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

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    The 36th AVENUE | 21 Handmade Gifts for Men. Car Travel Kit

  • Jessica Erin

    Dad's Car Travel Kit: "A box full of tools for the road is a useful gift. Use a sturdy cardboard box that will fit under a car seat. Cut self-adhesive Velcro into small pieces and attach to a tire gauge, flashlight, Swiss Army knife, compass, and other useful tools. Adhere the matching Velcro pieces to the inside of the box top to hold the tools in place. Fill the box with other travel necessities: maps, a pencil, and a notebook for jotting down directions, all neatly rubber-banded together."

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