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Do not open your trunk when it has ice and snow on it. It ends up in the trunk.

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Ice and snow????? What is that. Sorry....I'm being a BRAT in sunny Vegas....but I'm a NYC born and raised girl....but haven't seen any snow to talk about since 85...<3 <3 living in Sin City
 

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So I shouldn't open the trunk?

(This was the winter of 2012 before I decided to give up the garage for the DD, now the Camaro stays there all the time)
 

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So I shouldn't open the trunk?

(This was the winter of 2012 before I decided to give up the garage for the DD, now the Camaro stays there all the time)
Hokie, those pictures remind me of my 92 Camaro up in Vermont, except under much more snow.
 

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another note: Don't throw hot water on your windshield to thaw the ice. Don't jam pieces of plywood under your rear wheels when stuck, they become missiles. Also ice on the trunk lid can sometimes contact your back glass on certain vehicles
 

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Another good one:

DO NOT follow or worse yet...try to PASS the salt truck.

You will get a smashed windshield from the salt AND ROCKS they're spraying on the road, bouncing all over the place.
 
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