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It's getting cold outside!
There’s nothing worse than hopping into your car on a cold day only to find out those cans of soda you picked up yesterday exploded all over your trunk. Not a pretty sight at all, and it’s going to take hours to try and clean up the now sticky mess. However, this could have been easily avoided if the soda wasn’t in the car, right? Just like the soda, there are a ton of other things you’ll regret leaving in your car this winter that you are going to want to take note of.
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Cell phones, tablets, or laptops
Your electronic batteries can take quite a toll in the extreme cold temperatures. Apple actually suggests that having your electronics outside below 32 degrees Fahrenheit isn’t good for them, and the performance of your electronics will suffer. Although some phones can withstand the cold (even up to negative 4 degrees), your battery can still drain faster than normal in colder temperature—sometimes even going completely dead with no warning. Yes, your electronics will work fine when bringing them back to warmer temperatures, but it’s still not great for their overall performance and battery life.