How to remove ‘pork’ from a cart

CARTING: The “pork” cart can be tricky, even with the right tools.

Here’s how to get it right.

1.

Place the cart into the right-hand drive cart slot on your vehicle.

2.

Place your cart into a secure space, such as a carport or cargo area.

3.

Use the plastic basket, which is not a “penny” that holds the cart, but a basket made of a soft material like paper.

4.

Wrap the basket around the front of the cart and then the back of the carport.

This will protect the cart from the weather, while making sure it’s clean and sanitized.

5.

Place it on the ground in front of you.

Make sure you place it properly.

6.

Wait until you have the cart full of food, or if the weather is nice, then you can start moving it. 7.

You can get your food in your cart from anywhere in the vehicle.

It is a very safe way to get food.

8.

When it’s done, move it to a safe spot and then place it in the same cart slot.

9.

Remove the basket from the front, and then you should be able to access the food inside.

10.

The food should be all good, but if you are having trouble finding food, it is important to try again a few times, or else it may not be good.

This is why I highly recommend using a container or two for the food.

11.

Be sure to use the basket for as long as you can before you store it. 12.

Be very careful when removing food from your car.

If the food comes out, it will hurt.

This can be caused by moisture that is trapped in the plastic.

13.

If your car has no wheels or wheels are stuck to the ground, you can get the food in a bucket or box with a hose and put it in a plastic bag.

14.

You should always have food ready to go.

Do not leave the food unattended.

15.

The best way to dispose of the food is to put it away in the garbage can.

It will keep the food clean.

If you do not have food in the car, take it to your local dumpster or a recycling facility.

16.

Do your best to avoid driving when the weather gets cold.

If there is any weather, this can be dangerous, as the car can be damaged.

17.

If all else fails, a neighbor can clean up the food by themselves.

I suggest a bucket, or bucket with a straw.

18.

If possible, have someone with you on your drive when you are out and about, or drive the same way when you return home.

This way, the food can be safely stored in the freezer and it won’t get spoiled.

19.

When you are home, keep your car in good repair and keep it clean.

Have your mechanic and your friends help you with cleaning and maintenance.

20.

Don’t forget your car’s seat belt.

This helps keep your seatbelt from getting caught on the seatbelt loop or on the inside of the seat belt buckle.