You go to head off in the morning, but your windscreen is completely fogged up.
How do you solve it quickly? It’s not the way you might think.
It’s cold out, so put the demister on the hottest temperature, right? Well, no.
When your car sits overnight, the temperature inside the car doesn’t drop as low as the temperature outside, so it will be more humid – causing the “fog.”
So, really, your car is warm...in comparison to the temperature outside. So how do you fix a fogged windscreen so you can see again?
If you put it on cold, the air-conditioning will dry out the interior – because it carries less moisture than hot air.
This helps reduce the amount of moisture that can accumulate on the windscreen and makes it harder for it to get ‘fogged’ up.
If your heater and air-conditioning aren't working, come into your nearest Motorama service department and we can have a look at it for you.
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