Tips for starting car in subzero weather

With temperatures forecasted to be in single digits and below zero for the next week, drivers may want to take more time getting their car ready before hitting the road.  Jenny Obry, service manager at Jorns Chevrolet in Kewaunee, recommends warming up your vehicle before venturing out on any short trips.



She says checking and testing your battery is very important too.


An electric engine block heater or blanket can make starting and speed up delivery of warm air to the heater and defroster.  You can find a list of additional tips on starting your car in subzero weather with this story below.   

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