***This post was sponsored by Kulcar. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours.
140 degrees. 140 degrees is how hot your car can get in 3 hours of sitting outside in 100-degree weather. In just 5 minutes, the temperature can rise just 10 degrees, 25 degrees in a short 40 minutes. Living in Texas this is all to common and some days the temperature gets as high as 104. Which is why I have chosen not to have leather seats. Who wants to get into a hot car in shorts where not only will your bumbs burn but your legs sweat like crazy. I know I don’t. But there is just a little more than my bumb being hot that I never realized. Did you know that aside from being too hot that other things can happen such as an increased chance to get cancer? I know, I know. Everything causes cancer nowadays, right? Yes, many things can cause cancer nowadays but why would you not want to prevent something if you can.