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What we keep in our vehicle can vary so much compared to someone else, especially what we keep in our glove compartment. Some fill it with napkins, receipts, and hair ties, while others keep simply their title and registration (a thief’s goldmine by the way!). So, what should you actually keep in your vehicle’s glove compartment?
As we’ve all noticed, Iowa winter is here. Most of us start our vehicles in the morning to let them warm up a while before we head off to work. But besides enjoying a warm ride in the morning, does idling your vehicle on a cold day actually have any other benefits? We’ve busted the myths and provided the facts about warming your car on cold days.
Thinking about getting a new vehicle this year? Don’t buy one without looking at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) annual safety award winners first. IIHS president Adrian Lund says, “We asked auto manufacturers to do more this year to qualify for our safety awards, and they delivered.” Take a look at the 48 safest vehicles for 2016:
With winter weather (especially in Iowa!) always comes a great deal of snow…and snow clean up. The use of snow blowers has fortunately made the dreadful task quite easier though! However, it’s important to keep safety in mind when using your snow blower. There are approximately 5,740 hospital emergency room injuries every year caused by snow blowers; and since 1992, 19 deaths have been reported from using snow blowers. Snow blowers are an extremely helpful tool during the winter, but can also be very dangerous.
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