Most of the time we’re using our cars going to work, grocery stores, visit relatives etc. There are some items that you should never leave inside your car. These items might be hazardous to your health and security will be at risk. Below are some of these items.

  • Your Medicine

Medicine must be left at room temperature and your car rarely stay at that point especially when you’re not using it. This will make your medicine less effective if not put in a proper place.

  • Electronics

Electronics like laptops, mobile phones, USB drives have important information and you should never leave them inside your car. Other people might steal some of your important informationsand you wouldn’t want that to happen.

  • Sunblock and Sun Lotion

Do you know that the active ingredients in sunscreen break down in high heat? So if you leave your sunblock inside your car on a hot day then the effectiveness will surely diminish.

  • Water bottles

According to research, there are harmful chemicls found in plastic water bottles. It can cause cancer and heart problem. If you leave a bottle inside your car and the weather is hot, the chemicals might blend in the water. Also if you leave the bottle for a long time inside your car, harmful microorganisms might start living inside the bottle.

  • Purse and Handbag

Your purse and handbag can be attractive to thieves and burglars. They will do every thing in order to get your valuables and might do something bad to your car. In order to avoid this situation, it’s much better to not leave your purse or bag.

  • Sun Glasses and Eye Glasses

Heat can destroy your sun glasses and eye glasses, plastic or metal ones. Try to use your shades while driving and after you reach your destination make sure to not leave it inside your car. Also, don’t leave it on your dashboard because the windshield could attract sunlight that might be annoying to other motorists.

  • Important documents

Whenever you bring important documents make sure to put it in a safe place and then do what you have to do with those documents. In short, put it in your car, take care of it and finish the task right away. Important documents must be put to a safe place and not inside your car.

  • Passport

If you’re travelling you should always bring your passport and never leave it inside your car. Remember, identity theft is easier with passport than with a driver’s license. Passport is very important and you should always take care of it.

  • Wine

Don’t let your wine stay inside the car for too long. If the bottle gets too hot, there’s a tendency that the taste can be affected. The wine could also expand enough and might push the cork out a bit which may contaminate the wine.

  • Your Kids

Leaving your children on their own inside the car especially on a hot day put their safety at risk. Don’t leave them even if it’s just a few minutes. According to survey, 38 children die yearly because of heatstroke.

  • Pets

Just like your kids, if you have pets like dogs or cats, make sure not to leave them too. They’re also at risk especially during summer time. Hundreds of pets die every year from heat stroke.

  • Groceries

Perishable foods and items should be put in your fridge within two hours to avoid food poisoning. Spoiled foods have a great impact on your health and safety.

  • Aerosol cans

Aerosol cans are dangerous especially if you leave them inside your car for a long time. It might explode if you leave it in direct sunlight. It can damage your car or injured a person. As much as possible, avoid bringing aerosol cans.

  • Lipstick

Your lipstick will surely melt if you left it inside your car. High summer temperature can surely damage your liptstick. And as a result, you won’t be able to use it anymore.


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