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7 Summer Car Tips Every Driver Should Know

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Chelsea Stone, RD.com of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 7: <p>Cool down more quickly by driving with the windows rolled down and the air cranked up, which forces out the hot air and allows the cool air to circulate. In a few minutes, when the air inside the car should be about the same temperature as the air outside, you're ready to roll up the windows.</p><p><a href="http://www.readersdigest.ca/cars/road-trips/"><strong>Don't miss our ultimate Canadian road trip planning secrets</strong></a>!</p>

Cool down more quickly by driving with the windows rolled down and the air cranked up, which forces out the hot air and allows the cool air to circulate. In a few minutes, when the air inside the car should be about the same temperature as the air outside, you're ready to roll up the windows.

Don't miss our ultimate Canadian road trip planning secrets!

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