My small first-aid kit is equipped to treat abrasions, bleeding and insect stings. It includes more hand-cleaning wipes, rubber gloves (2 sets), a selection of small and large bandages, moist burn pads, tape, and nonaspirin pain reliever. A small bottle of hydrogen peroxide can clean up scrapes with the aid of a surgical scrub sponge, and there are small packets of antibiotic ointment to apply under bandages. My pocketknife also has tweezers. I started carrying a bicycle strobe light after being stranded at night in the rain on an interstate highway divider. This small, flashing red light uses that same AA battery and clips to my helmet, jacket or seat. Its rapid flashing is eye-catching. The possible danger is some drowsy or drunk driver will steer toward it, but I think it serves as a warning signal for the overwhelming majority.