While motorists going to and fro need to always make sure their children, pets and any other passengers come with them when they’re leaving the vehicle in a parking lot under the sun, there are some less obvious things that can be overlooked on a hot day that will still cause some problems.
Below is a handy list of 10 often forgotten things you’ll want to keep out of your scorching hot car, as described by The Weather Channel :
- Medications: Being out in the sun can actually change the composition of some medications or degrade their potency.
- Disposable lighter: Lighters are very dangerous to have in a vehicle when the temperature rises because they have the ability to explode in high temperatures which can cause damage to glass inside the vehicle or burn holes in the seats.
- Chocolate: Just like M&M’s melting in your hand, you don’t want any chocolate-y goodness to liquefy all over your leather seats. Removes those snickers, pronto!
- Canned soda: And POP goes the weasel! Just kidding, that was your soda exploding all over the inside of your new car. Avoid the extremely sticky mess by removing any carbonated drink from your blistering vehicle.
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