This is why you shouldn't park your car near a lake during Storm Emma

With 75km/h winds causing waves to spill over the lakes barriers and freeze, the car was covered in water and naturally, it froze over.

This is why you shouldn't park your car near a lake during Storm Emma

With Status Yellow and Orange snow and ice warnings issued all over the country, people have been doing everything in their power to prepare for Storm Emma.

From stocking up on milk and bread to upgrading car tires, all for the impending icy conditions.

Amid all the panic, there’s one thing motorists may forget and that’s NOT to park your car near a lake or beach.

Something that happened one New Yorker during one of the states largest snow and ice storms in 2016 and let’s just say, its something they’ll never forget.

With 75km/h winds causing waves to spill over the lakes barriers and freeze, the car was covered in water and naturally, it froze over.

We can’t even begin to guess how many time he had to fill the kettle that morning.

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