The Engine should not be started and warmed before driving in Winter, Experts say

The engine should not be started and warmed before driving in winter, experts say

The engine should not be started and warmed before driving in winter, experts say


NEW YORK - People generally think that the engine should be warmed up by starting the engine before driving in the winter, and almost every driver does, but now experts say the opposite. It's hard to believe. According to the Daily Star, experts say that starting and heating the car before driving is not only a waste of time but also harms the car instead of benefiting it.

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Experts say the car needed to be heated before it could be driven when it was fitted with carburetors. Because carburetors mixed fuel and air, these vehicles needed to be heated to run properly. Nowadays vehicles are coming with fuel-injected, so there is no need to heat them. If they are heated, it increases the amount of crude gasoline in their oil, which is harmful to the car.

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