Our recommendations and advice on equipment that may be available for our adventure and may be necessary.
Before going on a trip, it is advisable to have your car inspected by a specialist or do it yourself. You should definitely take a look at:
1. All kinds of liquids. Are their levels normal and not leaking anywhere (cooling system, engine and gearbox oil, all kinds of booster fluids, brake fluid, etc.)
2. Tire pressure and condition
3. Brake pads.
4. Bushings and joints.
5. Wipers
6. Air conditioning.
7. All kinds of clanking, rattling and rattling. Rattling or rattling may indicate that something is broken. If necessary, the broken item should be repaired or replaced. Also, all kinds of noises coming from the car are relatively disturbing on the hike and make you worry.

The car equipment could also include:
1. Tire repair cords and their installation kit. With this kit, it is possible to fix a flat tire on the spot, without having to use a spare wheel or go to a tire repair shop.
2. Compressor. A small compressor that costs about 20 euros and can be operated from a cigarette lighter is a very effective helper if the tire is slightly deflated or if you have repaired a nail hole with a tire cord.
3. Car starter wires (crocodile). During a longer stay in the camp, it may happen that the car doesn't start anymore, and then it's good to have your own cables with you. You can also help other cars in trouble
4. Wrenches, screwdrivers, custom key. In general, the majority of small repairs can be done with a custom-made key. At the same time, it is often necessary to hold the head of the bolt while turning the nut. You can also get into tight spaces better with a regular open-end wrench. Therefore, I would recommend taking the most common open-ended wrenches with you.
5. Cable ties, i.e. clips and tape. With these aids, it is possible to patch everything that logs or has come loose.
6. Full size spare wheel.
7. Strong tow rope.

1. Primus (gas stove) + gas (a few cylinders)
2. Small cup (where to boil water)
3. A small pan (for example, to fry an egg in the morning)
4. You can also take fast food with you, which is not afraid of heat
5. Seasonings
6. Be sure to take a canister of water with you in the beginning
7. Thermos cup or thermos
8. Cutlery (knife, fork, etc.. disposable dishes)

1. Passport
2. ID card
3. Car documents
4. Driving licenses
5. International driver's licenses, issued by the Transport Board (The international driver's license is an A6-format booklet and its format meets all the requirements of the convention. An international driver's license may be necessary for driving a motor vehicle in countries that are not part of the European Economic Area. It should be remembered that an international driver's license is only valid in conjunction with an Estonian national with driver's license)
6. Green card — international traffic insurance policy. Issued by insurance
Convenience and everything else

1. The roof box is an indispensable aid. This makes life much more convenient, and there is no need to store things back and forth in the car. Rooftop booths can be rented and the prices are very reasonable.
2. A fridge-freezer is a great help. In this area, the temperature can sometimes rise to 45`
3. Groups that travel together could have radio transmitters, it makes communication easy. The car of the organizing team has both a hand (PMR446) and a car transmitter (CB)
4. Camping chairs-table
5. Lambid-valgustid aku või patareidega
6. Navigation makes life easier
7. First aid kit (plasters, painkillers, etc.)
8. Battery banks