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Keep the Hellcat safe from Corona!

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I keep hearing on the radio all these precautions we need to take to stay safe from the virus, but what about our cars? Thought maybe we should open up that discussion. Below are all the guidelines I can think of to keep the cat safe during these strange times.



1.) When parking always maintain a social distance of at least 10 empty parking spots from the nearest car. The worst thing would be to get a door ding or the Corolla virus from a Toyota! (picture below as an example)



2.) Wash your car often with the proper soap, and out of direct sunlight.



3.) Avoid exposure to vehicles that are sick, such as Mustangs.



4.) Only leave the garage for essential purposes like creating noise and tire smoke.



5.) If your cat is showing splitter protectors or running a fever of over 203 degrees, see a Dodge certified physician at once!






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I already have been practicing social distancing with my Hellcat. Be safe all.
 

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Great advice!
 

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Love it.
Corolla virus.
 

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you forgot #6. When out driving your cat, make sure you have a bra covering the front bumper and grille.
 

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7. Never let your cat out of your sight. When out in public
 

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The hellcat above looks like it is just waiting for a PS '86 explorer to park 3 inches away from it.
 

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I keep hearing on the radio all these precautions we need to
3.) Avoid exposure to vehicles that are sick, such as Mustangs.
Hey now! 😠😂
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I keep hearing on the radio all these precautions we need to take to stay safe from the virus, but what about our cars? Thought maybe we should open up that discussion. Below are all the guidelines I can think of to keep the cat safe during these strange times.



1.) When parking always maintain a social distance of at least 10 empty parking spots from the nearest car. The worst thing would be to get a door ding or the Corolla virus from a Toyota! (picture below as an example)



2.) Wash your car often with the proper soap, and out of direct sunlight.



3.) Avoid exposure to vehicles that are sick, such as Mustangs.



4.) Only leave the garage for essential purposes like creating noise and tire smoke.



5.) If your cat is showing splitter protectors or running a fever of over 203 degrees, see a Dodge certified physician at once!






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I do #4 a lot haha (not so much tire smoke). You got to love when you give it a little gas and you drive past some onlooker with their hands out like wtf! Haha .. All you did was shift a gear and do like 55mph. The way these cars sound people think your doing 100+ shifting a gear or two in sport or track mode. Furious! ... It’s silly, stupid, and absolutely brilliant haha.
 

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