A new survey shows two-thirds or 67% of drivers have "junk" in their car trunks that won‘t help them during a winter road emergency. State Farm Spokesperson Missy Dundov says it‘s crucial that motorists replace the junk - fast food containers, toys, Halloween costumes etc. - with items needed to cope with the unexpected. Dundov says their study also shows that male drivers tend to be better prepared for auto emergencies than female drivers. It also says that parents are more likely to have junk in their trunks than non-parents.