We have one kit with meds in our bedroom in a bottom drawer. We have another first aid kit in the car, but it's bandages, etc., no meds. We have one car and it's used to go back and forth to the hospital complex. If something serious happens, we're on our way to a hospital anyway-. When we travel, the bedroom first aid kit goes into the backseat. It's an old tackle box from way back when and stays cool in the car during the trip. It's always a good idea to yearly check the contents of your kit because things do expire. We also have our "triage" room (a closet) with urinary catheters, iv supplies, etc. just in case. My dad has a bad heart and by the time the EMTs arrive, I can have a iv in, a bag hung and prepped for them to defibrillate him if need be. BTW, ER doctors have decided that the Bee Gees song "staying Alive" is the perfect song to perform CPR chest compressions to.