There’s A Law In West Virginia That Restricts You From Heating Up Your Car In Winter

Winter can get pretty brutal here in West Virginia. However, nothing’s quite as bad as getting up early in the morning to frigid temperatures and a car covered in ice and snow. Most of us, especially if we don’t have a garage, probably slip into the driver’s seat, turn on the car, lock the doors, and head back in the house, waiting for the car to warm up. Did you know there’s a law in West Virginia that restricts you from heating up your car during the winter? There is, and here’s what it says.

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