Ring European travel kit – a must for overseas travel.

Ring European Travel Kit
  • Worth having?
  • Value for money - depends on what you pay for it!


Pretty much an essential for those travelling overseas, but well worth carrying in the UK too.

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User Review
4.76 (41 votes)

When travelling overseas, it is the driver’s responsibility to check that s/he has all the required kit on board to comply with international law. For example, the carrying of a first aid kit is compulsory in some countries but not in others. The Ring European travel kit ticks many of the boxes of what must be carried. However, you may also like to read the AA Ireland website that details the legal requirements for some euro zone countries.

AA Ireland travelling to Europe check list.

Ring European travel kit – what’s in the box?

Back to the job in hand, and the Ring European travel kit. Inside the box, you will find the following items:

  • Two breathalyser kits
  • Two high viz vests
  • Headlight beam converters
  • GB sticker
  • Warning triangle
  • Bulb kit
  • First aid kit
  • Emergency foil type blanket
  • Carry case
Ring European travel kit

Strong carry bag keeps all the items neatly stowed away.

The whole lot fits neatly into the carry case and can be stowed away safely ready for use.

There are more details about the item via the Amazon link above. However, it can be worth a browse in the supermarkets etc on the “clearance” section. We were able to acquire our travel kit for just £7.50 in the Tesco sale last year, but the usual in store price was £30.

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