STORM Corrie will continue to hit Britain just days after Cyclone Malik posed “life-threatening” in parts of the UK.
The Met Office has issued three weather warnings, including an amber warning, as unsettled weather continues to cause problems across the country.
With the possibility of snow next month, it’s important to know how to keep your car from freezing.
And if you’re in a hurry in the morning, you need to do it quickly while staying safe safe car.
Here are some tips.
Turn on the engine
Start the engine and turn on the fan to blow warm air onto the windshield.
Turn on front and rear windshield heaters and heated mirrors, if they are available.
This will help defrost the outside of the car from the inside.
Make sure you stay with the vehicle if the engine is running.
Check your wipers
Make sure that the wipers are not turned on before turning on the vehicle.
If the wipers freeze to the glass, the wiper motor may be damaged or the rubber may tear if they begin to wipe.
Instead, make sure the wipers can move freely by removing rocks from the windshield and around the wiper base.
Don’t use your hands to clean frosted windows – it will leave a greasy stain and you could scratch the glass with any jewelry.
Use a lint-free absorbent cloth if necessary, or turn on the car’s air conditioning if possible.
This will remove moisture from the air to prevent fogging on the car.
Wipe away the snow
Use a broom to sweep all the snow off the car.
A soft brush is great for cleaning the front grille, keeping the engine from overheating.
Shave while you wait
Use a scraper and descaler on the outside of the car while waiting for the inside to warm up.
Focus on windows and mirrors, and make sure all headlights are clean and working.
To make your own de-icing solution, you can mix three parts distilled vinegar and one part water and pour the mixture into a spray bottle.
Shake the bottle, then can spray on the windshield. Leave for about five minutes before scraping the ice.
Unfortunately, there are no specific laws regarding minimum or maximum working temperatures for employees, although guidelines are available.
Thousands of Britons could get a £25 discount on their energy bills as temperatures drop across the UK once again.
And this is some clever ways to stay warm.
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