We all know the feeling of waking up in the morning only to find a nice, fresh sheet of ice on your windshield, causing you to remember where you left that ice scraper in your trunk.
Of course, after one icy morning, you probably will keep that ice scraper handy for the rest of the season.
But, why does that ice form? We’ll tell you.
When the temperatures drop in the fall and winter, there isn’t much to keep the heat from escaping your vehicle,
Your car is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about frost. Many of us park our cars outdoors at night, and when skies are clear and temperatures fall quickly, there isn’t anything to stop the heat from escaping your vehicle.
Once your car gets to freezing point, moisture on the outside of the car will begin to freeze, forming a layer of frost. Cars aren’t that great at retaining heat, so it doesn’t take too long for this process to occur.
Be sure to give youself a little extra time this time of year to get your car ready for the road!
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