When it comes to having your personal items inside a car, it becomes very convenient for yourself. However it can turn into a hazard or disastrous if we do not take care of what is left behind in the car.
If the temperatures remain constant, it can be safe. But when the sun begins to shine a little brighter and scorching, it becomes more dangerous for some of your personal items that could be exposed to hit.
When exposed to excess heat, they begin to melt and sometimes could release harmful chemicals into liquids inside.
Battery Powered Electronics
Power banks or any other lithium ion-powered devices inside your vehicle on a hot day is a big no, why?
High temperatures can cause irreversible damage to such electronics, and in some cases even cause them to combust.
Leaving your pets in a hot car is a near death experience to them, since when it gets extremely hot, they could easily die from excess heat.
Okay, locking your babies in cars under a hot son is a sure case of murder and could let you go behind the bars for good number of years.
Cans of spray deodorant, hairspray, cleaning products, spray paint are not good when exposed to high temperatures.
You’ll notice their is a clear warning behind the cans.
Here are other materials not to leave in your car when it is hot
- Chocolates and candy
- Sunglasses and shades