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Scratching the ice and running the engine – expensive fun

Even if it is so nasty and frosty in the early morning – letting the engine warm up while scraping ice in the morning is a bad and costly idea.

Munich – Winter time is scratch time. But warming up the car during the morning de-icing can be tough, warns the ADAC. The catalog of fines of the road traffic regulations provides for high penalties for this.

Scraping the ice and running the engine – expensive fun

As the automobile club reports, it is not only the wallet that suffers from possible fines and the environment from unnecessary emissions. The vehicle itself is also damaged. In addition to increased fuel consumption, warming up while stationary is exhausting for the engine itself, so that in the long term there is a risk of serious defects.
As reported by Kreiszeitung.de *, letting the engine warm up on private property can lead to fines of up to several thousand euros.

* Kreiszeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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