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    Good post. Really informative. I didn't learn anything, but I'm sure that someone will.


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    Read it again. I'll bet even you can learn something from it. Don't feel bad - some people have to read things a few times before they can comprehend.
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    Very good information you've posted! Thanks for sharing this one. I've got to print it for future reference and even share it to my friends. Again, thanks a lot!
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    Some times if you review things you already knew......it is a good thing.
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    I knew that. But I reviewed your post just the same.

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    If I might add a few things. Add a couple of large cardboard boxes to your cars equipment, These can be pulled open to reduce the amount of air space being heated up in a car, which can make the heat last longer. Add foot and or hand warmers, a hat and emergency blankets to your kits. These help with reduction of body heat in your car. Carrying a thermos filled with hot water and adding tea or cocoa packets can help especially with kids in the car. If stuck in a snow storm with active snowfall, get out of your car every 10 minutes to remove snow from your exhaust pipes....THIS MUST BE DONE TO AVOID GETTING CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING. If you have packed emergency blankets (I think the SOL emergency blankets are great) pack extra, these can be placed over the roof of the car and secured in the doors not only to help hold in heat but to also add color to your car, making your car stand out. IF YOU HAVE TO LEAVE YOUR CAR - Leave a note in the car of which way you have gone, when you left, how many people in your party. Leave trail markers along the way

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    Check items #5 and #6 on the list.

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    Great Post, Thank you all

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