It’s been a harsh winter. And when the only state in the union that doesn’t have snow on the ground is Florida (read: even Hawaii has some), you know Mother Nature is pissed and taking it out on us.
Driving in these endless snow storms means the chance you’ll get stuck needing to dig yourself out of bad situation. And while your standard snow shovel is too big and clumsy to stow in your car, the Penguin AutoBoss is made to stash under your back seat or in the trunk. Ready to clear the white stuff so you can get rolling.
The AutoBoss has a compact fold and lock design that lets you adjust into multiple positions to get into hard to reach spots, yet gives you a large 150 square inches of blade clearance. And since they know you’ll be wearing bulky gloves while trying to dig out from the snow bank those idiots at your office complex buried you in when they plowed the parking lot, it’s got wide ergonomic handles, along with multiple gripping points so you can shovel, scrape and push snow easily. Plus the poly design won’t scrape or scratch your ride, when clearing. Works in the summer for digging out of mud and muck too. Now if it just came with a compact kid you could pay $10 bucks to do the shoveling for you, we’d be all set.