in your Corvette – it’s wonderful, isn’t it? Ah, yes – the wind whipping over the windshield, the sweet purr of the exhausts, the way the car effortlessly glides over the tarmac mile after mile. Until something happens to interrupt this magical journey, that is. It could be a flat tire, a strange noise coming from under the car, an alarming indication from one of the dash gauges, or any number of other nefarious things. It’s a fact of life: stuff happens. The question is: are you – and your Corvette – prepared and equipped to handle these interesting little turns life indiscriminately throws at us when it does? In addition to pleasure cruising in our Corvettes, many of us embark on yearly pilgrimages far from home, with destina- tions like Corvettes at Carlisle, Blooming- ton Gold, the National Corvette Museum,
covered some basic garage safety items last month in Part 1, including maintaining focus on your task, eliminating distractions, fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and safety gear like protective gloves and footwear. But there’s quite a bit more to ensure your safety while working in your garage, and that’s what we’re going to cover this month. But first, let me reiterate what I said last month: the best source of safety in your garage isn't something you can buy or stack on your shelves – it's prevention. There is simply no substitute for being careful and eliminating anything that may be a threat to your safety in the garage. Always remember that old saying: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So, that being said, let’s move on!
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covered some basic garage safety items last month in Part 1, including maintaining focus on your task, eliminating distrac- tions, fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and safety gear like protective gloves and footwear. But there’s quite a bit more to ensure your safety while working in your garage, and that’s what we’re going to cover this month. But first, let me reiterate what I said last month: the best source of safety in your garage isn't something you can buy or stack on your shelves – it's prevention. There is simply no substitute for being careful and eliminating anything that may be a threat to your safety in the garage. Always remember that old saying: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So, that being said, let’s move on!