I like having a separate scraper. That way two people can clear the car simultaneously. I have a scraper/squeegee combo that's about 30 years old that is wider than ones typically attached to brushes and allows more leverage when ice is thick.I considered that but didn't like it didn't have a scraper
I seecheaper on Amazon btw.. $1.50 more than the tru tempur though do you want dem headlights
That's why I went with the SNO PRO. While its 48" solid handle (removable) may not be the best for storage, it's robust and easily replaceable. Sorry, no lights.The snowjoe handle is telescoping. If it is well made that could be a good thing for storage. If it is poorly made it could be a source of trouble.
I would also think that it needs to be stored somewhere spotless clean to avoid scratches. Any ideas on that? Maybe remove the handle and store the brush in a door pocket? The seat backs don't seem like a good place to put a wet snow brush. I carry a lot of stuff in the trunks of my cars such that is not exactly a clean place to store such things.I used to have a Costco integrated brush / scraper. Just one thing i'd say about brushes, if they don't scratch under normal conditions that's cool but in my experience you can't be lazy and forget to bring it inside as the bristles can freeze and then they become a scratch fest. Thankfully I found out on my wives old car