In the late 1980’s my buddy and I went everywhere in his 1972 Ford Gran Torino. But one day the fan went out and the interior of the windshield iced up. After scraping for a while, the only thing to do was drive with the windows down. On that particular day, it was not an enjoyable experience. But there was nothing else to do until the fan motor could be repaired.
A far more common problem in northeast Ohio is foggy windows during the winter. You jump into the car with your family and the condensation on the windows keeps you from going anywhere fast. It’s not safe to drive that way but who wants to drive with the windows down mid-January? There’s got to be a better way, but is there? Josh Sadlier of Automotive Forums gives three simple tips to keeping the fog off the inside of your windows. Click here to read his article.