Have you ever been running late, racing out the door, only to see your car and realize your windshield is covered in ice? Or, have you ever seen someone driving down the road with one tiny little spot of their windshield scraped, blinded by the ice? That is easily one of the most dangerous things you can do, putting yourself and everyone else on the road in danger. During the winter months, we have to make sure we heat our cars up twenty minutes ahead of time, or longer if the roads are still covered in ice. Here are some tips to defrost your windshield effectively in the cold weather.
Please never drive until your windshield is completely defrosted. Keep your safety in mind. Be prepared when cold weather comes.
By: KayLynn P.
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