There’s A Law In Massachusetts That Restricts You From Heating Up Your Car In Winter
Massachusetts winters can be brutal, and Bay Staters might be tempted to heat up their car for a while before getting in. However, you can be fined for this act. Leaving your car unattended while running is now against the law in Bay State, and can come with a hefty fine. You’ll want to resist the urge to warm up your car when the temperatures drop this year, or you could find yourself with a much bigger problem than a cold vehicle.
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Did you know about this idle-free law? Do you tend to heat up your car in the winter? We’d love to hear all about your thoughts and opinions in the comments.