Auto experts know that the cold can do damage to vehicles over time, especially when temperatures dip below freezing. Here are five of the most common ways cold can affect your vehicle. In cold weather, tire pressure tends to decrease at rest and increase when the car is moving.
When your car engine is cold, the fuel injectors send more fuel through the system. As the engine warms, it needs less fuel to run efficiently. So the longer you let a cold engine idle, the more fuel you waste and the more you increase the chance of fuel residue build up.