And work in the wet, messy, cold snow while the car drips all over you and
your tools. Ugh.
It's a major pain unless you have a garage, that's for sure.
I avoid any sort of work in the winter except for oil changes. Everything
gets done before the weather turns cold (it's a balmy 15F as I type).
Winter weather is the big reason I do so much preventive maintenance when
the weather is good. That way I'm reasonably assured that nothing will go
wrong while the weather is unpleasant.
I assume that <G> is a grin ;-)
I can't speak for all Canadians but this Canadian is not too eager to mess
with bumper jacks in snowy parking lots in frigid temperatures. It's -10
(Celsius) with the wind chill as I write this, which is 14 F and this is the
warmest it's been in weeks ;-) That's why I'm trying to "work smarter, not
harder" by posting this to the newsgroup ;-)
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