The dark can be foreboding, even outright dangerous. The boogeyman might not be there, but that coffee table just might jump out and trip you if you’re not careful. In a power outage, it is important to be able to shed some light on the situation.Even if there aren’t issues with the electricity, there are always jobs to be done that require you to be able to see what you’re doing, such as swapping out an alternator or changing brake pads on the family car or even checking out a weird noise in the
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