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Is it safe to warm up one's car in cold weather?

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  • Is it safe to warm up one's car in cold weather?

    I am looking for a contributor to translate into Arabic two small paragraphs answering the question of whether or not it is important to warm up one's car in cold weather.

    Here is the passage:


    Paragraph One:

    When firing up a ride in a cold climate—see our Bentley drive on a frozen lake in Finland—a better approach is to drive away immediately. Gentle driving warms the engine quickly without putting
    too much load on it before reaching operating temperature. Idling prolongs the warm-up period. Fenske warns that this can cause excess fuel to wash away and dilute critical engine oil from moving surfaces. The best solution: Reduce the time it takes to bring oil to operating temperature. Immediate light driving accomplishes that, according Fenske. We can't tell you how to keep yourself warm in the winter, but consider this: the sooner the engine warms, the sooner the heater starts working. So quicker engine warm-ups are clearly better for both car and driver.

    Paragraph Two:


    Lets get something straight. Car engines DON’T benefit at all from being warmed up before driving. You’re actually hurting your engine and polluting the environment the most by letting your cold engine idle. The best thing to do is to turn the engine on, wait about 10-30 seconds (put your seat belt and music on) and start driving it lightly. That way you are warming up the engine to it’s optimal temperature as fast as possible. You see guys, the car engine is just a MACHINE and this MACHINE operates most efficiently when it’s running at a certain temperature range. The faster the engine reaches that temperature, the better. Until the car is warmed up, the engine is wearing out much faster than normal because the engine oil provides the best protection against friction between all the moving metal parts when it’s it’s completely warmed up. Until it reaches that state, the engine is wearing out much faster than normal. Turning the engine on and immediately driving lightly warms the car up much faster than idling.


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