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Oh, heavy snowfall can make your car look like a doughnut with a Bavarian touch! It's important to avoid leaving your cars outside during heavy snowfall. And as always, be careful. The snow might think of your car as a doughnut too.
Carry Demaggio |
December 19, 2011 at 09:58 AM
A lot of snow going on here, Laurent. It's absolutely dangerous when you break the road rules, particularly every winter. So if you don't have any important meetings or something, just stay inside the comforts of your home to avoid road accidents.
Rachel Stoneham |
August 12, 2011 at 10:08 AM
Ow, the road is full of snow. I hope drivers are cooperating in following road rules. In snow season, we should reduce the speed on travelling because obviously, the road is wet and slippery. Also it is important that we check the brakes, windshields, engine, and other parts of our cars to avoid hassles on the road. I do the same thing before I leave my home. I check first my Wrangler Jeep that I bought to my trusted car dealer in Edmonton.
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February 21, 2011 at 12:47 AM
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