Deicing Temperature 

Window icing is a common phenomenon in winter. The icing of the car glass will affect the line of sight and may cause damage to the electric window system. When the window is frozen, do not force the switch. It should be used after it has been naturally melted. Therefore, it is best to prepare a hard window scraper in the car in winter. If the window is found to be frozen, scrape it off. If you do not need a car for a long time, you should put a plastic film on the window glass and remove the film when you use it.

Change tire

The rubber will become hard and brittle in winter, and the friction coefficient will be reduced. Therefore, the tire pressure in winter should not be too high, but it should not be too low. Because the winter road surface is slippery, the worn tire should be replaced. In addition, the internal and external wear of the tire is very different. To ensure the safety and reduce wear, the tire position should be changed regularly.


If you go out early in the morning and find that the wiper is stuck on the windshield by the snow water, do not rinse it directly with hot water. This will make the window burst and prevent it from being forced to start, so as not to damage the motor of the wiper. The correct way is to open the air conditioner to the hot air, the blowing mode is the front windshield, and the wiper is naturally opened and used again.


It is necessary to warm up before driving in winter, because the temperature in winter is very low, the lubricating oil is much thicker than other seasons, and it is not easy to flow. Sudden start will cause great damage to the engine, thus shortening the service life of the engine. The correct preheating method is: after starting the engine, keep the engine at a speed of about 1000 rpm for a period of time. At this time, do not slam the throttle, and do not let the engine speed be too high. The warm-up time required for different models is different. Due to the thinner steel plate, the Japanese car needs to be warmed up for a shorter period of time. Generally, as long as the pointer of the thermometer starts to rise, it can start. Temperature