I keep lots of tools in my car.
Wrenches and screwdrivers and jacks and lug nuts (ok, I don’t actually keep lug nuts in my car. But they’re very fun to say, so I would LIKE to keep some in my car to use as a possible conversation starter. "Did you notice my lug nuts? I thought so. They're sort of like walnuts, really. But harder. And more useful when one is needing to hold together a wheel." That's what I would say if I had lug nuts in my car.)
I keep all these tools in my car so that, in the event that the car breaks down, I will be able to pull out my trusty toolbox and fix the problem.
It’s not that I don’t know how to use the tools. I do. For example, I both have and know how to use a Phillips Head Screwdriver. If I am confronted with a Phillips Head Screw I feel fully prepared to take it on. Screw it. Unscrew it. Either way, I can do a hell of a job. But were my car to mysteriously stop working on the side of the road, I would not know what to, for lack of a better term, screw.
The mechanic, perhaps?
I think I'm going to throw away all the tools and just fill up my trunk with cotton candy. Fun, yummy, and, for me, just as useful as tools in fixing a car.
I shall have the best (and stickiest) car EVER!