Any road trip is a nightmare with no heat

I felt like I needed to get out of here; It’s a phrase that I state every few months, when I look around and find that I’ve only been working nothing else, and forgot about the necessities of absolutely living life to the max.

I want to see the world and I want to do it right now. I seriously appreciate getting to travel as often as possible, however and I usually do it with only our personal vehicle, some bags of popcorn, and our pet in the back seat! Of course, traveling any considerable distance comes with some challenges, but especially the outdoor climate will change suddenly as you are moving across the country. I know, I will always guess that the car can handle the often uncomfortable outdoor air hot and cold temperatures and air conditions via the modern heating, cooling, and air quality control programs that I installed, but, as I recently found out, it turns out that this heating, cooling, and ventilation idea is not always correct… The last time I went on a road trip I was horrified to find that there was no running ventilation, heat or AC in the vehicle I was driving. The trouble started when I first attempted to adjust the indoor air temperature by switching on the heater in the car. Immediately, bitterly cold air started blasting through the vents. I pulled right over and tried to fiddle with the on-board temperature control unit, but the vehicle’s thermostat did not seem to respond. I was shivering in our seat and blowing into our numbed hands no matter how strenuous I tried to adjust to the central heating, cooling, and ventilation program for the entirety of the 4 morning trip. It was surprising to me when I found myself at the endpoint and all the modern Heating and Air Conditioning comforts instead of having a great time on our much needed trip.


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