First Aid - 2009 Inifiniti FX50 Long-Term Road Test

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2009 Inifiniti FX50: First Aid

September 01, 2009

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So I have never really explored the guts of any press car's first aid kit until today. And then, for no particular reason at all, I was struck with the uncontrollable urge to see what was in there.

Contents after the jump.

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There's no denying it, this is an impressive pile of first aid goodies for a tiny bag that rides unnoticed on the FX's right rear fender. In fact, I think this might be enough stuff to supply a small triage center should one of Sadlier's pals injure themselves on his Canyon Adventure.

Just so you know, here are its contents:

Ten flexible adhesive strips (those are band aids to most of us), ten butterfly-closure bandages, four extra large adhesive strips, three sterile gauze pads, six sting relief pads, three cleansing towelettes, two insect repellent packets (Deet free, no less!), two stretchable gauze rolls, one roll of medical tape, one maxi-pad, one Saufera Bacteriostatic trauma dressing (not to be confused with Ranch dressing), one first aid instruction book, one scissors, one triangular bandage, one elastic bandage, one pair of tweezers, one magnifying glass and one pair of latex gloves.

Wow.

Josh Jacquot, senior road test editor @ 22,304 miles

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