I was thinking of keeping a butane cigarette lighter in the car. Since they are wind proof I thought it would be handy to have incase I ever get stranded and need to start a fire. I'm not a smoker so I don't know much about their tolerances. Will they store safely in a hot car without leaking or blowing up? I don't mean oven hot but I have seen my car get up to 105 in the sun.
RONSON JETLITE BUTANE TORCH LIGHTER *BRAND NEW - eBay (item 310171460555 end time Oct-28-09 1852 PDT)
Now if it is safe to keep in the car, which would you assume would be better? One with the button that turns off the flame or one with the flint spark like this one.
Ultra Thin Butane Torch Cigarette Cigar Lighter - NEW - eBay (item 360195801983 end time Oct-12-09 1910 PDT)
I assume that the flint one will at least supply me with a spark even if I run out of gass. Or is a regular plastic lighter fluid lighter better?