Remove these items from your vehicle when it’s freezing outside

As you know, the Evansville area is under an ice storm warning. Before the main threat strikes, you might want to take a moment to clean your vehicle.

When was the last time you cleaned your car? Do you even know everything you have just inside? With the Evansville area under an ice storm warning in effect until 6 a.m. Friday, we are going to see lots of ice, snow, and below-freezing temperatures. This weather being below freezing (32 degrees) could make certain items in your vehicle potentially dangerous, leave damage or stop working if left outside in cold weather.

That’s why you really want to take a look at the items you have in your vehicle to make sure you’re not leaving anything in there overnight that you probably shouldn’t. I’ve found seven items you should get out of your vehicle before this nasty cold weather makes its way to the Evansville area tonight. Take a look at the list below to see if you have any of these items in your car. If you do, you know what to do.

Things not to leave in your car when it’s freezing outside

When the weather is below freezing (32 degrees), some items that might be in your vehicle could be potentially dangerous or stop working after being left out in the cold for so long.

Now that you know, we suggest you take a minute to search your vehicle just to be safe! Then check out other cool winter hacks that will come in handy during this ice storm warning.

Stock up on these winter essentials before it snows

Winter is coming! Before you get caught with a meter of snow and no snowsuit, make sure you have the essentials to get through this winter and stay warm!

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