How One Family Saved Their Car From Hurricane Florence
September 21st, 2018
People get creative when it comes to saving personal belongings from natural disasters. With Hurricane Harvey we saw a guy make his own jacks, with Matthew a guy brought his car into his living room. This time around, with flooding and damage from Florence on the way, a family decided to build ramps to get their Jetta up on their covered front porch. And this DIY solution was a multi-problem solver. It helped shield their car AND they planned to use it as a generator by plugging appliances into a 1000-watt power inverter connected to the 12-volt battery. It’s reported the family is doing ok after the storm, so their plan must have paid off. Our thoughts go out to all those affected by the storm.
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