Car Care 2013 Tip 26:How to Save Fuel During Cold Weather

When exposed to cold weather the car’s engine would not start easily. In this condition, the engine also needs to work hard to reach the optimal temperature to function well and this leads to higher fuel consumption. The primary reason for this is that engine is designed to work at a certain temperature. This simply means that the car needs to reach the specified temperature to be able to complete fuel combustion.

In addition to this, starting a car in a colder temperature increases its gas emission.

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