July is not without reason called one of the hottest months of the year – the temperature can rise to 30 degrees and above.
After warming up on the street, the first thought that arises in the car is to turn on the air conditioner at full power.
The modern driver does not want to be in a metal box without cooling.
But on the Internet they write that you can not turn on the air conditioner immediately after starting the engine.
Should I turn on the air conditioner immediately after starting the engine?
The main argument of motorists is the fact that the air conditioner creates an additional load on the engine.
This is really true – the cooling system takes away part of the resources of the power unit, which is “forced” to work longer.
However, in fact, there is nothing critical in the load on the air conditioner, even if it is more than +30 degrees outside.
Note that the engine “suffers” much more at the time of starting in winter.