To warm up, or not?
We always hear a certain question this time of year: To warm up, or not to warm up?
The inquiry, of course, is about the value (or lack) of allowing a vehicle to run for several minutes in cold weather before driving. Misconceptions abound, as this blog post from Car Talk demonstrates.
Just like you wouldn’t get out of bed and immediately start sprinting, running a vehicle in “Park” for a short period doesn’t hurt. In cold weather, especially, it can help engine oil warm up and circulate. Idle for longer than a minute, though, and you’re soon wasting fuel.
Here’s another important point: Don’t punch the gas and pull a Mario Andretti out of the driveway. Take it easy driving the first few miles. Allow your vehicle to warm up, similar to you stretching before launching into that run. It you “pull a muscle” in your car, you’ll feel it all the way to your wallet.
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