Cold weather is when your car is going to use more fuel and be less efficient. Cold weather increase friction making car fluids thicker and more resistant to flow. When this happens the engine must work harder causing overall less efficiency. Colder temps also mean a drop in the tire’s air pressure. When air pressure is low, more fuel is used to cover the same distance as when the air pressure is higher. In general, when the temperature is colder, a car takes longer to reach its optimal performance level.
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