Genius Car Hack Using Socks And Cat Litter That Every Driver Needs To Know.
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Thankfully, this story ends well, as Sven pulled through. He had broken his back, but fortunately, doctors were able to successfully operate on him. His spinal nerve wasn’t damaged, which meant he’d be able to walk again after some intense months of physical therapy. Sofia was beyond grateful, but she was still thinking that things could’ve gone a lot worse. That’s when she started to devise a genius plan.
Mother Nature Is Against You
During the harsh winter mornings, Sofia would always get in her car and find her windscreen covered in condensation, which was more than typical in a town with such freezing temperatures. This was a constant reminder of her son’s dangerous accident. One day, Sofia had switched on her demister, but it shattered into tiny pieces because it was so frigid. Luckily, it didn’t fall in, but it scared the bejesus out of her. She simply had to fix this problem! And that’s exactly what she was planning on doing!
She tested out every trick she could think of. She worked day and night to figure out how to make driving a car during the winter safer. Every now and then, she almost felt like giving up, and just staying indoors until the winter was over. But she was determined to succeed. Morning after morning, she tried new tricks to get rid of condensation. Nothing was working so far. But then she remembered something her grandmother had told her in the past.
Nana's Old Ramblings
Her grandmother had told her an old story before, but Sofia barely remembered it. Grandma was old, but she was wise beyond her years and she knew a lot about cars. Sofia joyfully remembered this as one of Nana’s old ramblings. But now she was trying hard to remember what her grandma had told her about cars. Finally, Sofia remembered a crucial portion of the story that’d change everything.
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Sofia grandma used to say, “And when you see a sock on the dashboard." She wasn’t truly convinced this would work, but Sofia still placed a sock on the dashboard. The next morning, she was beyond surprised. “Maybe it has to be on the outside,” Sofia told herself. So she tried again the next day and placed two socks on the dash, outside of the car. Still, nothing happened the next morning. So what was she doing wrong? Sofia then picked up her beloved cat when all of a sudden, she finally remembered what grandma had actually told her.
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