People walk along an icy promenade past ice covered cars and trees on the shores of Lake Geneva in Versoix, Switzerland on Sunday 5 Feb. Across Eastern Europe, thousands of people continued to dig out from heavy snow that has fallen during a cold snap that struck more than a week ago and has killed hundreds of people. Image: AP
People walk along an icy promenade past ice covered cars and trees on the shores of Lake Geneva in Versoix, Switzerland on Sunday 5 Feb. Across Eastern Europe, thousands of people continued to dig out from heavy snow that has fallen during a cold snap that struck more than a week ago and has killed hundreds of people. Image: AP
A woman takes a picture of a man near an ice covered car in Versoix near Geneva 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
A woman takes a picture of a man near an ice covered car in Versoix near Geneva 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
A boy sits in front of an ice covered car in Versoix near Geneva on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
A boy sits in front of an ice covered car in Versoix near Geneva on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
People walk past a vehicle covered in snow and ice in Bucharest, on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
People walk past a vehicle covered in snow and ice in Bucharest, on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
A man ties his shoe lace on the bonnet of an ice covered car on the bank of Leman Lake in Versoix near Geneva on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
A man ties his shoe lace on the bonnet of an ice covered car on the bank of Leman Lake in Versoix near Geneva on 5 February. Bitterly cold weather sweeping across Europe claimed more victims on Sunday and brought widespread disruption to transport services, with warnings that the chilling temperatures would remain into next week. Image: Reuters
People walk in the snow-covered street in downtown Cetinje, Montenegro on 5 February. Across Eastern Europe, thousands of people continued to dig out from heavy snow that has fallen during a cold snap that struck more than a week ago and has killed hundreds of people. Image: AP
People walk in the snow-covered street in downtown Cetinje, Montenegro on 5 February. Across Eastern Europe, thousands of people continued to dig out from heavy snow that has fallen during a cold snap that struck more than a week ago and has killed hundreds of people. Image: AP
A person walks along a snowy road, past stranded vehicles, on the outskirts of Bucharest, Romania on 26 January. Heavy snow storms paralyzed southern and eastern Romania, many people having to walk to work after authorities intervened late to clear the roads leading to the Romanian capital. Image: AP
A person walks along a snowy road, past stranded vehicles, on the outskirts of Bucharest, Romania on 26 January. Heavy snow storms paralyzed southern and eastern Romania, many people having to walk to work after authorities intervened late to clear the roads leading to the Romanian capital. Image: AP
A man opens the door of his snow-covered car in Kosovo's capital Pristina on 26 January. The Pristina weather office reported that snow has reached 130cm in the mountain regions and 70cm in other areas, and from Friday temperatures are seen falling to up to minus 20 degrees Celsius. Image: Reuters
A man opens the door of his snow-covered car in Kosovo's capital Pristina on 26 January. The Pristina weather office reported that snow has reached 130cm in the mountain regions and 70cm in other areas, and from Friday temperatures are seen falling to up to minus 20 degrees Celsius. Image: Reuters
A family walks past snow-covered cars in Pristina, Kosovo, on 26 January. The local weather office reported that snow has reached 130cm in the mountain regions and 70cm in other areas, and from Friday temperatures are seen falling to up to minus 20 degrees Celsius. Image: Reuters
A family walks past snow-covered cars in Pristina, Kosovo, on 26 January. The local weather office reported that snow has reached 130cm in the mountain regions and 70cm in other areas, and from Friday temperatures are seen falling to up to minus 20 degrees Celsius. Image: Reuters
Petre Andrei, 56, shovels the snow covering his car in Movilita, 45 km northeast of Bucharest on 27 January. Romania drafted in the army to rescue hundreds of travellers stranded by blizzards that dumped up to a metre of snow in 24 hours, derailing a train and forcing authorities to shut down freeways and ports and cancel flights. Image: Reuters
Petre Andrei, 56, shovels the snow covering his car in Movilita, 45 km northeast of Bucharest on 27 January. Romania drafted in the army to rescue hundreds of travellers stranded by blizzards that dumped up to a metre of snow in 24 hours, derailing a train and forcing authorities to shut down freeways and ports and cancel flights. Image: Reuters
A snow plough clears the tarmac at Slatina airport, Kosovo on 2 February. Exceptionally cold weather and snowstorms have affected parts of central and eastern Europe, as dozens of flights were canceled by inclement weather. Image: AP
A snow plough clears the tarmac at Slatina airport, Kosovo on 2 February. Exceptionally cold weather and snowstorms have affected parts of central and eastern Europe, as dozens of flights were canceled by inclement weather. Image: AP
A utility vehicle clears snow from a road in the village of Collsupina near Barcelona 2 February. A blast of Siberian air has killed scores in Eastern Europe and looks set to keep its icy grip on the continent for another week. Image: Reuters
A utility vehicle clears snow from a road in the village of Collsupina near Barcelona 2 February. A blast of Siberian air has killed scores in Eastern Europe and looks set to keep its icy grip on the continent for another week. Image: Reuters
A resident clears snow from his car in Sarajevo, on 4 February. Image: Reuters
A resident clears snow from his car in Sarajevo, on 4 February. Image: Reuters

Imagine having to free your pride and joy from an icy situation like this.

Imagine having to free your pride and joy from an icy situation like this.