Review and Giveaway: Snow Joe Snow Broom – it fits in a car trunk


Snow Joe Snow Broom

Snow Joe sent me their new Snow Broom for review on my dad blog. The Snow Broom is a broom-like device for pushing snow off a car or truck. The adjustable handle detaches from the durable non-abrasive foam head. This makes it easy to store the Snow Broom in the car’s trunk. Convenient, right? With the snow season coming soon, the Snow Broom is a practical trunk stuffer for dads, moms, and other drivers in the family. The Snow Broom retails for $19.99.

Snow Joe Snow Broom Features

  • Push heavy wet snow off any size vehicle
  • Durable non-abrasive foam head (7″ x 18″) is safe on cars
  • Built-in ice scraper to clear away ice buildup on your windshield
  • Powder coated steel telescoping handle
  • Handle is adjustable from 30″ to 49″ for ample reach
  • Weighs 1.2 pounds
  • Full 2-year warranty

To help prepare for winter, Snow Joe sent me some tips to share with my readers.

Snow Joe Tips for Creating a Winter-proof Trunk

  • For fast, dry snow removal that won’t damage the car’s finish, every driver should be equipped with Snow Joe’s Snow Broom. With its flat face and 46″ extension, the snow is pushed, not pulled, in one clean sweep across the vehicle. Now drivers can quickly brush off the snow from one side of the car onto the ground — not their coat — keeping them dry and warm. The Snow Broom also will help keep the car protected from winter wears with its oversized, nonabrasive foam head that won’t scratch the paint.

  • Don’t depend on the light in your car to see. Instead, keep a small LED flashlight to conserve you car’s battery. Plus LED flashlights use less energy than traditional flashlights, so they will last longer.

  • If that battery does die, have jumper cables on hand to jolt it back to life.

  • Don’t catch a cold! Store blankets, extra gloves and hats in the trunk.

  • Being stuck roadside makes you susceptible to an accident, especially when it’s icy. Have hazard signs ready. Those reflective signs could prevent an already bad situation from turning ugly.

  • Always keep a first aid kit handy. Under bad conditions, ambulances may take longer to arrive.

Snow Joe Giveaway
Thanks to Snow Joe, a reader of my dad blog will win a Snow Broom. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Friday, December 21st (Eastern time). The giveaway is limited to readers in the USA. If you don’t see an entry form below, please wait for the Rafflecopter giveaway form to load (or refresh the browser).

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[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by Snow Joe, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received a Snow Broom for review purposes. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]


51 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway: Snow Joe Snow Broom – it fits in a car trunk

  1. ummm… stay inside unless you ABSOLUTELY have to go out… in that case, above all else… DON’T RUSH!! Allow extra time…

  2. Only go out driving if absolutely necessary. If you do have to go out, make sure to have jackets and blankets in case you get stranded.

  3. TAKE YOUR TIME! I live in Maine so we get a lot of snow. I cant tell you how many people i see in the ditches because they were driving fast during snow storms. What is more importang… getting there on time or getting there safely!?

  4. greater following distances, make sure your tires are wintersafe, do not go out in storms unless you are a first responder or required to be at your job

    Seriously, the news team weather guys are constantly talking to people in cars out driving in the middle of blizzards who smile and say they just went for a drive to ‘see how bad the roads are’ Do not be one of those idiots

  5. we have a cargo van which doesn’t have much in the way of traction in snow so we always keep kitty litter and 2 small planks of wood in the back incase we get stuck for traction.

  6. Don’t drive in bad conditions unless absolutely necessary… and always keep good tires on your car. Also a blanket in the trunk and a car phone charger are smart to keep on hand.

  7. Oh, and my tip? Practice (in an open area) what happens in your vehicle when you actually have your tires lock up on the ice/snow, so you know how to react and steer into the skid when it happens for real.

  8. Dont drive fast on the ice. and if the news says dont go out driving when its snowing, that means you too. Just because you have a truck or 4 wheel drive, you arent invincible.

  9. I keep old floor mats on my windshield at night so I don’t have to scrape in the morning. The snow or ice that would have accumulated over the night instead sits on the floor mat that I pick up and shake off.

  10. I would say stay home at all costs. I live in sunny San Diego, so we dont get winter here, but when it gets cold I try to keep warm under the covers and not use my heater. Best way to save money!

  11. I keep a bag of cat litter in the trunk of my car. It’s good to use if you are stuck & your tires keep spinning. A little in front & behind the tires & you’ll get right out :)

  12. We have a bag of cat litter in the trunk of the car in case we get stuck and need some traction. The Bonus is that we hav a cat and it eventually is used for what it was intended for.

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