Here are some winter driving tips. *Don’t drive when tired *Make sure your tires are properly inflated *Never warm your vehicle up in an enclosed area such as a garage *Keep your gas tank full *Never use cruise control when roads are slippery *Always wear your seatbelt-you would be surprised at the people who still don’t always wear seatbelts *Make sure you cell phone is properly charged in case of an emergency *Have a supply of granola bars and water in case you break down and are stranded in a storm *If you get trapped in a snow storm, stay in your vehicle *If you take daily medication, have some stored in your car in case you do get stranded *If stranded, tie a bright colored cloth to your antenna or close it at the top of a window to signal you need help *Make sure your exhaust pipe isn’t clogged with snow, ice or mud as a clogged pipe can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning when running the engine to stay warm *Have a supply of blankets in your car during the winter months *The best tip of all – stay home if weather conditions are hazardous. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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