Breaking Through the Vehicle Myths
- Warming up cars in winter
- Electronic fuel injection
- A study by Environmental Protection Agency and Energy Department indicated that cars are 12% less gas efficient during winters.
- A report by Energy Policy specified that any idling vehicle released 1.6% of all U.S. greenhouse gases.
To cut it short
If you thought you could make some coffee while your car was warming up, think again! The modern automobiles are equipped with the right set of technicalities that uses sensors to deliver gas to the engine and get the right air and fuel mix. This makes it easy for the car to function smoothly even in winters. In addition, many auto makers suggest driving vehicles gently after 30 seconds of starting your car. This way the engine heats up faster and reduces fuel emission.