5 Things to Never Leave in Your Car During a Deep Freeze – Life Hacks Tips

5 Things to Never Leave in Your Car During a Deep Freeze

Unless you’re privileged enough to live in Hawai’i – if that’s the case, lucky you! – we bet the temperature in your neck of the woods is absolutely bone-chilling at the moment. This winter season has been a particularly brutal one, with record-breaking cold snaps traveling as far south as Florida—yep, that Florida!

Since we’re on what seems like “week 100” of this terrible winter, you’ve likely done what you needed to do in order to protect the items in your home, but there’s still one thing that you may be neglecting—the items in your car.

If you’re anything like us, you sometimes leave your work essentials overnight in your car so you don’t have to re-pack in the morning. It’s not a terrible plan on paper, but it can quickly turn into a precarious one when performed in freezing temperatures.

Here are 5 common items that can be destroyed by a cold car…

1-Your most beloved devices

Breaking news: your devices should NEVER be exposed to temperatures below 32 and above 95-degrees Fahrenheit.

According to Apple, the lithium-ion batteries that are used in most modern phones, tablets, and laptops can be permanently damaged by the chill, especially if they get exposed to subzero conditions. Unless you have money to burn, you’re best off keeping the electronics in a heated environment!

2-Your canned groceries

One of the virtues of canned goods is a long shelf life, but that doesn’t mean these items were meant to take the cold.

As it turns out, aluminum cans only keep their toughness when stored over 50-degrees Fahrenheit; if they become introduced to frostier temperatures, the contents can swell and the metal seams can burst, which can make for a messy and potentially unhealthy situation!

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