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Do You Warm Up Your Car?

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No because I don't have keys to my car.  LOL  These newer cars today do not come with keys.  But when I did have a car with key ignition I never did. 

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No. But I like to warm up my guys:D

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Pleather seats- gotta warm up.

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1 hour ago, Bingo said:

Pleather seats- gotta warm up.

Pleather, is that like fake leather?? Haha.  

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