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Here’s Why You Should NEVER Warm Up Your Car When It’s Cold Outside

If you're like most people, chances are you head outside to warm up your car so that it's nice and toasty when you hit the road. Unfortunately, you may be doing damage to your vehicle.

According to Business Insider, most people believe they are supposed to warm up their vehicle before driving, but this is actually a myth.

Back in the day, cars were made with carburetors, which required the vehicle to be warmed up before hand. However, since the 80's, this is no longer the case.

In fact, warming up your car, especially when it's cold outside, can strip oil from your engine.

Find out more by watching the video below:

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