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As they head out for their morning commute, many drivers are finding a blanket of frost on their vehicle’s windows and windshield.
Motorists can help keep themselves and others safe by taking time to defrost them.
“You want to make sure that your windows aren’t frosted up on the side, so you can see that car coming or that kid walking across the street,” Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire Owner Scott Whitling said.
Whitling suggests that community members turn their car on a few minutes before heading down the road.
“It allows heat to start to build up and, if you already have your defroster on, you can go ahead and start defrosting the windshield,” he said.
Drivers can speed up the defrosting process by pointing outer vents toward the side windows.
Read about what car owners should check as they prepare for the coming winter.
This article is written by Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire, a locally owned and operated business that has been in service for 36 years. Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire is a big supporter of our local community.
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