Recovery points are my kryptonite. I need them, don't have them, and I'm sure if I took it somewhere to get it done whet they'd do would be inadequate simply because they don't really know what they are dealing with. Searching on the internet yields questions, and very few solutions. Most of which I wouldn't trust. I have a question about jacks. I bought a bottle jack but realised I have a massive problem with storing it safely / correctly. Are screw jacks like the Toyota ones safe or a death trap? This is mostly just if it gets a flat. usual duty stuff. My every day driving kit that's with me on a trip to the shop or whatever consists of a small but well thought out toolkit, insulated silver tarp, air compressor, bottle jack, hand crank for the engine and an old ex army muti tool with the shovel / bottle opener, axe / hammer and saw. And usually jumper leads too. They do get used. If I'm going further than the shop there's 10L water. That kit does me for short range exploring. Longer range and the 10L water becomes 20L, and the 40mm APC ammo box goes in too which has various sealants, torch, jumper leads (another set. It's because there's two cars), various hoses, wire, stripper, crimper and connectors etc. Even on short trips it pays to carry potable water including enough to give the car a drink, some food and means of shelter. I say this from experience. If anything happens stopping progress, even if you aren't far off the beaten track, and especially when travelling with family etc. things can get difficult really fast. I know I'm dealing mostly with breakdowns and not recovery, and that I've covered this before , but if something simple fails especially on one of those short trips down a track that you noticed a while back etc. it can be a big problem.