Why you should avoid a ride in the back of a pickup truck

I’ve never seen a pickup like this one before.

It has no windows, and the back window is covered in metal.

It’s a fully enclosed vehicle, so there’s no way to open it up for a closer inspection.

Its the kind of vehicle that could cause serious injury or death if it hits you in the head.

But for safety’s sake, we’ve got to take a closer look at this one.

There’s a big metal grill on the front that looks like a grill grill at a restaurant.

It looks like it would be good to cook with.

But if you look closely, it actually is the back grill, the one you use for your stove.

If you want to cook in a small space, you have to be able to see your food.

In the back, you’re supposed to cook food by hand, so you’re in a little bit of a bind.

That’s why we decided to make a video to help you out.

We’ve been following this video since it was posted and we wanted to show you some of the things you can do to help yourself.

Here are some of our favorite things we’ve learned from the experience: 1.

When you’re trying to cook something, it’s best to have the food ready to go when you open the door, but don’t open it. 2.

If there’s a window, use it to see inside the vehicle.

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When driving through the back seat, turn the steering wheel as far forward as you can, but not too far forward that you’ll hurt yourself.

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When eating in a food truck, look for the food in the side of the truck, not the food on the table.

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Make sure you’re using a good seatbelt.

If the seatbelt isn’t secure, the vehicle will fall over and you won’t be able get back out.

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Be sure to use the front and back of the vehicle as a way to keep food and utensils out of the open, or in your car if you’re driving on the highway.

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Don’t eat out of your car in the truck.

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Always be aware of your surroundings.

When the weather is nice, you might even be able as well.

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When your back seat is fully enclosed, it should be able for you to see around corners.

10.

Make eye contact with the food or other people on the truck to see if they’ll let you inside.

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When cooking, put a towel or a blanket under the food.

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If your food gets too cold, place a sheet of foil on the top of the food and place it in the freezer.

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Make your food last as long as possible.

When it gets cold, wrap the food tightly in plastic or a towel and place the tray on the floor.

14.

Always keep an eye out for food containers.

When a container is overflowing, use the dishwasher to flush it out.

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If a food container has been sitting for too long, take a bucket of cold water and pour it on the food, so it doesn’t get too dry.

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When buying food in a grocery store, take the lid off the container.

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If something gets stuck on the lid, put the lid back on the container, then use the backside of the container to wash the food off the food before you leave.

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When purchasing food from a restaurant, always be careful not to leave any food on a table or a chair.

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Keep the back door open so that no food can get in. 20.

If food gets stuck in a metal plate or in a bowl, put it in a dishwasher.

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If any food gets spilled, make sure to wash it with hot water.

22.

Keep a close eye on the temperature of the foods you’re buying.

When hot, the food should be very cold.

When cold, it’ll be a bit of both.

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