3 Great Tips To Get Into Your Frozen Car

Vehicles certainly should not be driven until the defroster function has heated up enough to clear the windows; visibility is good. Further, a warm driver is likely to be safer than a driver bundled up in restrictive clothing, hunched against a miserable environment.

Power steering and braking fluids and transmission and lubrication oils are all more turgid at lower temperatures, and seals are less malleable, so warming up is not going to hurt. Those fluids also are susceptible to the law of gravity like everything else; they settle to the lowest points available to them overnight, and in really cold weather, they can take a while to become fully viscous again and be delivered to their points of use.

Take care of yourself out there!  Do you have any helpful tips? We want to hear from you!

Don’t forget to read: 2 Easy Ways To Fight The Winter Blues


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