It’s my first post this month, and I am already excited for the holiday shopping.
After learning how to drive last month with my talented driving instructor at Access2Drive, I have been driving a lot around and seeing my friends.
I can’t wait to drive around and shop for the holiday.
But something terrible happened to my friend yesterday.
He went shopping and left his items in plain view, and the window was opened.
Before he came back, everything was gone.
That’s a bitter experience for someone who just learned how to drive and shopping for the holiday.
But these happen a lot, and it’s best to avoid it.
How do you do that?
If your car or vehicle has a trunk, make sure all your items are locked there along with your money if you have to leave your wallet. This is a very important tip for shopping during the holiday.
And if you have bought your items and still have more places to go to, it’s best if you drop your items at home before you go anywhere else. This makes your items safe, and you can be at peace when you have to leave your car.
Another thing I’ve been told is parking a few away from the store entrance. That means you don’t have to fight anyone for a parking spot.
And you will also minimize the risk of getting your car dinged from a stray shopping cart.
If you are shopping at night, make sure you are in a well-lit location where everybody can see you.
And be aware of your surrounding when approaching the car.
It’s very important you take these serious when you are shopping this amazing season.
It’s also good to use backup cameras and mirrors when packing. That help you spot a child who might be in your blind spot. It’s also handy for avoiding stray shopping carts.
However, it’s important you don’t just use backup cameras. Continue using your mirrors.
You only need to us backup camera to get a full picture of what is around your car.
Time to shop?
Yes, but make sure you are shopping safely.
Thanks for reading.