Why These 15 Items Should Never Be Left In Your Car During Winter

While not everyone in Montana loves the cold, we're also built for it.

We were born into it, we were molded by it, and we laugh at other places freaking out over a skiff of snow on the roads.

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While we aren't too fazed by winters in Montana, it still isn't fun when temperatures drop well below freezing.

When the temperature reaches below zero, there are lots of precautions that need to be taken to ensure your safety.

We all know the things that we should be leaving in our car in a winter car emergency kit, but what about things that you need to take out of your car?

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Just Like Heat Can Be Bad For Certain Items So Can Cold

Driving in below-zero weather in Montana, it's no surprise that people try to get in and out of the car as fast as possible.

Making sure you are spending as little time outside as need be is the goal, and with a little planning and a mental checklist, you won't have to run back out into the cold because you forgot something.

Forgetting the following 15 items really could result in big messes in your car or even destroyed or damaged items.

So take the time and check out the gallery below on the 15 items you should never leave in your car during the winter in Montana.

Get These 15 Items Out Of Your Car Now During Winter In Montana

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