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Must-have items for winter weather driving

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Wintertime is in full swing throughout West Michigan, with the area already having seen several inches of snowfall this season. Now that the winter weather is picking back up, drivers will want to make sure they have a handful of crucial items stocked up in their car should the worst occur.

Kurt Hein from Christian Brothers Automotive joins the FOX 17 Weekend Morning team to talk about the importance of some items that may go overlooked.

You can find Christian Brothers at 1464 28th Street SE in Grand Rapids or give them a call at (616)-818-4212.

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1 Comment

  • Andrew

    Preparedness happened back in early December.
    Anything you are doing now is reactionary, and does not qualify as being prepared.
    Perhaps someone should buy Fox17 a thesaurus and dictionary set, so that they can learn what the prefix “pre” signifies.
    In addition, while I see a variety of material things mentioned, but the most important things to have for winter driving are patience, caution, and common sense, which are all available for free from your parents.
    If you were not given these things by your parents, they have failed you.
    Fortunately, you can seek these things out from other people for free as well.
    And you should, as they are useful in every situation you will ever encounter throughout your life.

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