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By dwhitehouse - / Friday 21 January 2011 21:50 / United States
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It sounds like you were home or at work or somewhere where there's a phone. You said you went out to your car and found out it died the night before. Well, unless you were on the road a night before, there shouldn't be an issue; go inside and call someone for help. It still sucks about that jerk though.

No one cares that "is gets colder than that in Canada". If you think your life is more fucked than someone else's life than submit your own FML. Damn, one uppers!

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That is why i bring my battery inside when its that cold. I have a maintainer installed in my car to keep the battery warm and fully charged. I also have a backup battery that i keep on a maintainer in my apartment in case my car battery dies. Being prepared is the key in cold environments like this.

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The cold doesn't kill the batteries, leaving something on drains it. The cold has absolutely nothing to do with it.

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You have to be careful now'a'days with helping people on the side of the road. You never know if they are serial muderers!

It sounds like you were home or at work or somewhere where there's a phone. You said you went out to your car and found out it died the night before. Well, unless you were on the road a night before, there shouldn't be an issue; go inside and call someone for help. It still sucks about that jerk though.

No one cares that "is gets colder than that in Canada". If you think your life is more fucked than someone else's life than submit your own FML. Damn, one uppers!

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