Any need to warm up your car in Winter?
According to car doctor ‘John Paul’ in Boston.com article, “You don’t need to warm up your car before driving even in lowest fridge like temperature which can set your teeth chattering”. This doesn’t mean that you hit a hard driving just after starting your car.
Although its not required that you wait for your car to warm up yet you should take it easy when you start driving it.
There are cars which even have a blue light which illuminates to indicate you that engine is cold. So, you should take care of this light in a way that when it is lit, avoid hard acceleration and once off, you are good to go.