You can’t drive your car on a frozen lake, but you CAN ship it to any lake in the 48 contiguous states with Nationwide!

Posted July 30th, 2011 by Chip Shipt and filed in Auto
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Have you noticed? It’s been hot here in the Great American Midwest. So I wanted to think cool thoughts and write about something cool. “Cool” as in both, “Cool, man!” and, “Cool like ice.”

I think I found it in the video above. Driver Nick Heidfeld drives an F1 race car all around a frozen lake. There’s no need for air conditioning as you watch!

Technically, the title of this blog is incorrect: You can, if you wish, try to drive your car on a frozen lake. But it’s definitely not recommended: Your car could break through the ice and sink to the bottom. At that point, you’d be driving underwater.

And why drive on ice when you need to get your car to your destination? Or through the blazing heat of summer? That’s what Nationwide Auto Transport is for: Shipping your car quickly under extremely safe conditions. All year round!

For more information, please contact one of our Ice Driving Vehicle Transport Experts.

Chip Shipt
The Nationwide Auto Transport Blog Team

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