We know that you have more going on in your life than business related things.
That’s why we provide posts on all sorts of business-related topics AND many other topics.
Today is one of those types of posts.
It reveals how you can survive in your car if you’re ever trapped in the snow.
Luckily, for most of us in the Bay Area this won’t be an issue that we’ll ever have on the way to work or in our regular day-to-day lives.
But it’s important information for us to store away in our minds, on the small chance it it ever happened on a weekend get-away to Tahoe.
This post is called “Survive a Night in Your Car” by Doug Howlett…
“It’s a harrowing statistic, but according to the National Weather Service, about 70 percent of winter weather-related fatalities occur in an automobile. You can bet many of those vehicle-related deaths began with someone simply leaving the house to run an errand, make a short trip to visit family or friends or take care of routine business. The weather turns unexpectedly bad, road conditions rapidly deteriorate and, suddenly, what was an ordinary drive becomes an overnight ordeal.”
“Don’t think just because you don’t live in New England, the upper Midwest or the western mountains that something like this can’t happen to you. Even in areas where snow is a rare event, cars can slide off icy roads and become stranded in freezing weather, leaving passengers stuck right there with them. Here’s how to make it through a freezing night in your car and ride out events until help can arrive.”
Photo by EoinGardiner
- Here’s Why You Should Never Eat Lunch At Your Desk (baybusinesshelp.com)