One of the most frustrating problems to handle with your car is a dead battery. You have to stop your entire day to not only get it fixed, but also to call someone else to get both you and your car to safety. It's especially difficult when you're in the middle of nowhere. If your car battery were to die today, how would you handle it?
You might be lucky and discover that it's dead at your home. That means that you're at least in a safe place and can figure out how to proceed from the comfort of your own living room. However, if you're in a less populated area, it can be another story. Instead of panicking, you can use household items to recharge your dead car battery so that you can drive it to the nearest repair shop. It's a skill that could not only prove essential in daily life, but also in a SHTF situation when the environment is chaotic and you're trying to get to safety.
Let's take a look at how aspirin, Epsom salt and baking soda can quickly save your car battery!