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You don’t need to warm up a car before driving

In the cold weather, a lot of people warm up their car before the drive. However, most of the cars nowadays have electronic fuel injection rather than carburettors. These systems have sensors that help to monitor and adjust engine temperature, to mix the right amount of air and fuel. Thus, it is not required to warm up the engine for an extended period of time before driving.

It is advisable in cold weather to drive your car immediately after startup or following a maximum of 30 seconds idling. By idling longer, you will just waste more fuel and increase the wear because of engine oil dilution, without gaining anything.

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