Whether you are going long distances or driving around the block, there are certain items that are useful and important to keep in your car. I asked several people if they carry these items in their cars and most said not at all while some people said that they carry a couple of these items. These items can come in handy in an emergency or if a certain circumstance arises.
Always drive carefully. Drive the speed limit. Stop at all stop signs and red lights. Obey all traffic signs. Slow down in the presence of construction workers and bad weather conditions.
The second thing men look for is clothing. They will look for women who’s clothing is easy to remove quickly. Many of them carry scissors around specifically to cut clothing.
One of our officers learned this from a tourist guide in New Orleans. If a robber asks for your wallet and/or purse, do NOT hand it to him. Toss it away from you … chances are that he is more interested in your wallet and/or purse than in you, and he will go for the wallet/purse. So toss it and run like mad in the other direction!
Subscribe to a program like Alldata so you can research the job before you get into it. Ask at the parts store when you are buying the part is there is any thing special you might need to know or do to make the job right. Go online and “Google” the project to see if there is any information out there to help you.
If you are a gearhead of the male variety, a blog called Auto Goddess might get your attention, right? There is such a blog and its proprietor is Diana Merrill Clausen. She just spent some time in a Chevy Traverse and notes it has the industry’s first center Trampoline Park Airbag.
I’m the husband of a wonderful woman and proud father of four young children. My mind flashed to what life would be like for them should something happen to me. I was comforted knowing that even though such an event would be very difficult for them, it wouldn’t have to be financially devastating. We’d already put an estate plan in place, including life insurance to adequately provide for my family in my absence. That February day was a personal and stark reminder of the extreme importance of such planning.
Speaking of the desert’s lack of water and dreamlike nature, you might run into a mirage. And no, this is not Lawrence of Arabia in a lawn chair, under a desert palm, sipping soda pop, through a straw. I am speaking of an image of a puddle of water on the road ahead, but when you reach it, the puddle disappears. Contrary to popular belief, mirages are not caused by your thirst. The cause is an optical illusion, brought about by the slant of the suns rays against the horizon, and the reflective nature of the desert floor.