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Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Plea to all drivers in bad weather especially.

Please can all of you find out exactly where the correct tow points are on your vehicles, especially in this nasty snowy weather.  Most owners of 4 wheel drive vehicles will be only too glad to give you a tow, but they will be less keen to get down and lie in the snow just to find out where to attach their rope.  We and all the members of the Midland Rover Owners Club carry tow ropes as standard equipment and will help all those we can.

After the experiences of friends who had to travel from Cardiff up to their home in Worcestershire in dire conditions on Monday, if any of you have to travel even just down to the supermarket, follow the advice on the local radio station websites.  Carry spades, plenty of extra warm clothing, food for at least a day, plenty of hot liquids, and make sure your phones are fully charged.  Look after yourselves and stay safe.

2 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Timely advice and well worth following. Elizabeth x

RosC said...

Well said. The seasons have us attending to such different things. Here we are reminding people to take water with them, hats, and sun cream. If they are stuck in remote places, stay with the vehicle rather than try to walk in the heat. Most 4x4 drivers carry good equipment in remote areas. I love my "truck".
Cheers, RosC