This is a question that everyone across the US should be asking. Especially during these winter months, it is imperative that before you go outsidethat you are prepared. Thanks to Gita Bantwal for providing this checklist
Photo courtesy of Cheryl Ritchie.
I do not like to drive in winter when there is snow. I am glad that I have a job where we can cancel appointments if there is too much snow unlike other professions where they have to go to work in bad weather.
There are times we too need to go out in bad weather so it is good to be prepared.
I always make sure that my car has a full tank of gas when we are expecting major snow storms.
Other things that I have most of the time are :
small snow shovel
cell phone and car charger
windshield de-icer spray
and I always carry bottled water and some snacks - protein bars
The most important item for me is the cell phone . I never leave home without it.
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Gita Bantwal is a Realtor with RE/MAX Centre Realtors in Bucks County, a Northern suburb of Philadelphia. You can view 1000s of listings on her web site www.GitaBantwal.com
She can be reached at 215-343-8200x124 or direct 215-275-8491 or via email email@example.com
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Gita specializes in Active adult communities and is a Seniors Real Estate Specialist. She holds the ABR designation (Accredited Buyers Representative) and specializes in selling to first time buyers as well as move up buyers.Gita also hold the CRS designation , Certified Residential Specialist and the CDPE designation as well. Information about real estate market is deemed to be correct but is subject to errors and omissions and should be verified independently.. Opinion expressed by me or others in my post and comments is not to be construed to be legal advice.