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    Just wondered if snow settles on your car, and stays there for a day or two because it doesn't melt, will it damage it at all , externally or internally...? Just wanted some advice, cheers
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    no i dont think so

    unless of course you have a rusty broken piece of crap then the snow could probably just finish it off
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    Dont think so?
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    Like the above poster said, it's variable dependent on the car you own. If you own a rusty POS then moisture in the engine parts may freeze and become brittle. Usually it's not a problem though.
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    Your car should work fine in any temperature you would find in the UK, and certainly no permanent damage should be done ever.
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    Ahhh makes me feel better as its a polo thats only 2 years old so thats good to hear. Cheers
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    Its a solid material, so the only even slightly plausible way it could damage is through its weight, or of course the temperature it.
    So no its not likely at all, otherwise no alpine person would own a car, yet they do
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    No, we used to leave our car outside hotels when doing skiing for about a week or so. It's fine.
 
 
 
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