More Tips For Driving In Hazardous Conditions

So you gotta drive through the desert. Or maybe it’s not the desert, but it’s in the South and it’s really, really hot. Do you know how to keep yourself and everyone else safe? We’ll help you out.

Double neck guitar player not required for desert driving, but recommended.
Double neck guitar player not required for desert driving, but recommended.

Before you leave, make sure your car’s maintenance is up to date. One thing you don’t want to happen is to find out you have no air conditioning when it’s already too late.

Don't let this be you, fam.
Don’t let this be you, fam.

What should you do if you see this symbol on your dashboard?

Heat Symbol DashboardImmediately pull over and let your engine cool. That symbol means that your car is getting too hot and can cause your engine permanent damage. You’re more likely to see this symbol in the summer, so be on the lookout.

It’s especially important to be careful with children and animals in hot weather. These two groups have trouble handling the increases in heat and should never be left in cars when it’s over 70 degrees.

With these tips, this summer you can be cool and stay cool.

Dang, Joe.
Dang, Joe.