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Remove your child’s heavy coat or snowsuit before strapping them into a car seat or securing the seatbelt. Thin, snug layers ensure they are strapped in tight enough. In a crash, puffy coats can flatten, and the child could slip out and be thrown around the vehicle.

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A sports car for the winter time? You can do it with the Porsche 911. Naturally, the 911 is engaging to drive thanks to its rapid acceleration and communicative handling. Yet with its small but useful back seat, comfortable highway ride and wealth of available driver safety aids, it’s also one of the best daily-driver sports cars out there.

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Plan lots of outdoor activities. Hiking, biking, rafting and fishing all provide plenty of fresh air and the chance to appreciate wide open spaces. Traveling as a pod also means you can more easily organize a private float, tour or ride into the wilderness without sharing the adventure with others outside your bubble.

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The Kia Soul is one bodacious box. It’s a fun one to drive, with unexpected nuance and poise, although the ride is very stiff. A six-speed manual is standard; a CVT automatic transmission is a $1,500 option. Front-wheel drive is standard. And as you’d expect, its cheerfully boxy shape provides for a roomy cabin.

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