Hi gang, Was putting together various sources for creating fire, to put in my BOB's (one at home, one in the car, which is a combination BOB & GHB), and was wondering something. I planned on carrying various sources of fire making equipment: - matches - fire steel/magnesium - steel wool (with battery) - butane lighter(s) ...but was wondering about placing the lighter(s) in my car. I know that in the past, when I smoked (yuck....worst decision of my life, and thankfully, almost 9 years behind me now!), I usually had a lighter in my vehicle. But I didn't live in the southwest, like I do now, with summertime temperatures reaching over 100 degrees! The last thing I want to do is cause a butane leak inside the car, when it's sitting outside in the sun! Granted, the amount of gas isn't going to make the car blow up, or anything, but I'd hate to come to the point where I actually NEED the contents of the bag, only to find out that the only thing that lighter is good for is to make sparks with the flint & roller wheel (still a good source of sparks, but not quite as effective as producing its own flame!). Any thoughts on this?? Also, I have decided that, to be extra-safe, I packed the "hockey puck" of pool chlorine (HTH) that I put in the bag, which came in its own heavy duty plastic bag, inside a small ziplock plastic container, which is inside a quart sized ziplock-style bag. While HTH makes for a damn good way to sterilize water & kill nasty little things in it, and can also be used to create fire (a little HTH, with a few drops of oil or other flammable liquid, will create plenty enough heat to make something start burning), I really do want to keep it under my control. Thanks for any input on the lighter question!