Why air­con is im­por­tant

Car Mechanics (UK) - - Air-Conditioning Repairs -

Once the pre­serve of lux­ury mod­els, most ba­sic cars made in the last decade come equipped with air-con­di­tion­ing. As re­search shows that an av­er­age driver is most com­fort­able in the 22-26°C range, with hu­mid­ity of be­tween 45-55%, a more ad­vanced HVAC sys­tem has safety ben­e­fits. Air-con­di­tion­ing en­sures a cabin tem­per­a­ture lower than that of the out­side en­vi­ron­ment, if de­sired, as well as hav­ing de­hu­mid­i­fy­ing and de­pol­lut­ing qual­i­ties. Cli­mate con­trol is a sys­tem that en­sures ac­cu­rate con­trol of the en­tire HVAC sys­tem, which saves the driver hav­ing to ad­just the con­trols to main­tain the de­sired com­fort level.

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