Some like it hot, some don't.

While much of the country has been complaining about how unbearably hot this summer has been we have been enjoying a relatively mild summer.

I've heard a few of my friends complaining about the lack of heat so far this summer, but I for one have been enjoying the non-sweltering temps.  That's until this week hit.

We are expecting temps in the mid to upper 90s in the Bismarck Mandan area today and tomorrow looks muggy too.

For those of you like me who don't enjoy inflated air conditioning bills that come with this current heatwave, I've got some good news.  Temps should moderate for Friday and the weekend to around 80 or so.  That is the perfect summer temp in my opinion.

We all know how hot a summer vehicle can get.  

It doesn't even take warm temperatures to turn your vehicle into a dangerous sauna.  Average summer temps in the 70s and 80s can have dire consequences for both people and things left behind in your vehicle.  And, when temps soar into the 90s or above, look out.

That got me thinking about things you should NEVER leave behind in your vehicle during the summer and especially on a hot day.

Like today.  Some of these are no-brainers, but others you may not have heard of before.  I know I had not.

Just like there are things you should never leave in a cold vehicle (you can read about those here), there are items that should never be left in a hot car.

Here they are, with help from Bob Vila, Wawanesa Insurance, and The Times.

10 Things You Should Never Leave In A Hot North Dakota Vehicle

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