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Winter Driving Means Foggy Windows, Rough Starts, and Icy Tires

Winter Driving Means Foggy Windows, Rough Starts, and Icy Tires

Although the winter has its fun, like the holiday festivities and the cozy sweaters, winter driving is not one of them. Winter driving can be unpleasant and highly hazardous if you're not prepared with proper car maintenance and the right tires. There are three major problems drivers often have to face during the winter: foggy windows, difficulty starting their car, and icy tires on snow-covered roads. Foggy Windows When you combine humidity and an extreme temperature difference from outside and inside your car, condensation will cling onto your glass surfaces. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to clear up your view. Here's the order of steps to follow to defog your windows: Turn up the heater to its highest setting. The heat will absorb the moisture. Then, turn on the vehicle's AC to dry out the air inside the cabin. Make sure the recirculation is switched off. Crack your windows. Dead Car Battery A car battery does not perform well in extremely hot or c ... read more

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