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Important Safety Reminder

Just a reminder, especially for those with the older cars, check your spare tire.
I was cleaning out the rear of my 94 hatch and pulled out the spare tire to wipe down the area. The spare had no air in it. Although it looks brand new (has never been used) it was completely deflated.

Would have been bad to find that out on the highway.

Also, if you have a first aid kit, check the dates on the contents. Pain killers and such do go bad.
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Re: Important Safety Reminder

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Just a reminder, especially for those with the older cars, check your spare tire.
I was cleaning out the rear of my 94 hatch and pulled out the spare tire to wipe down the area. The spare had no air in it. Although it looks brand new (has never been used) it was completely deflated.

Would have been bad to find that out on the highway.

Also, if you have a first aid kit, check the dates on the contents. Pain killers and such do go bad.
Good advice. Side note: It's not that painkillers go BAD... they just lose their potency over time!

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