Ya, they missed several things, as I stated, safety. Fogged wnidows is a bad idea no mater what. Also the transmission temp. It wont shift in to 4th until it'* up to 75*, so your driving in a lower gear. Valve springs needs to be warmed up a little, metal is brittle when cold. I will say warming up the car for 15 or 20 mins is way over kill. Even when it'* below zero I only start it 5 mins early. One to warm the engine, two, to warm me a bit, and three, if it don't start I have that little extra time to grab the boost starter and get it running.
For the most part it'* a tree hugger article. Warm your car within reason. There'* mornings I come to work, I get here a half hour early. And I find a few cars running already. Half hour warm up is a bit much.
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