On Friday, January 1, 2016 at 1:42:53 AM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
My daughter has her car parked in the garage of the house she rents at college while
she takes some roads trips with her sister. It'll be there for about 10 days. Had I known
that she was going to put it in the garage, I would have told her to back it in.
Since she didn't, I told her to try and start it the night before she needs it to get to school.
If it doesn't start, I told her to make sure she tells AAA that it is in a garage, front in, just to
ensure that they bring a booster pack or long cables.
The battery is less than 3 years old, so I don't think she'll have a problem, but I just want
her (and AAA) to be prepared so she's not late for her first day of the new semester. She's
got jumper cables in the kit I built for her, but they are not long ones.
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