How to Dig out Your Car After a Snow Storm

You may wake up one morning with a surprise awaiting you at your driveway.  The blizzard blew last night and left your car in a helpless condition. Sadly it has dug down almost 5-inch in snow. It’s evident that you hate these kinds of surprises but instead of cursing the storm, relax and get yourself out of the difficult situation as soon as possible. Get your toolkit ready and prepare your mind, you are going to rescue your car! Here is a list of few tips that can help you get out of this difficult time easily. Have a look!

Instructions

  • 1

    Dress accordingly:

    You know that it’s freezing cold outside and you don’t want frostbite or a low body temperature, so dress up in warm clothes. Put on a lot of layers.

  • 2

    Look for your car:

    You may not remember clearly where your car was parked last night, so the first thing you’ll need to do is to find it.

  • 3

    Get the right tools:

    Use a snow blower or shovel the car by using brushes and brooms that have smooth bristles. Hard bristles can give scratches to your car and remove off paint.

  • 4

    Start digging:

    If your car is stuck, then dig around the vehicles until you are sure that all tires are free. After you have cleaned the snow off your car, shovel a path to your car. Or do it before cleaning off the snow from the car. Now start your car and turn on the heating system. If your locks won’t open, don’t try to force-open them, use a de-icer first.

  • 5

    Finish up:

    Make sure you are shoveling the snow away from yourself, your car, your post box, basement foundation etc. keep cleaning until your pathway is clear.

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