Here’s why the inside of your car is fogging up when you park it, followed by seven definite answers.
When the air in your car fails to hold the quantity of water, and reacts with a cold surface it fogs up the interior. Here's how you can fix or defog it.
Heating your car's interior in winter keeps the temperature above the dew point, where the highly-humid air condenses to gas and fogs up the interior.
Because AC makes the air in your car moisture-rich, the temperature inside reaches the dew point, fogging up the interior. You can fix it by turning off the AC.
Your car's interior would match the temperature outside the vehicle, ultimately diminishing the fog on the windows and windshield.
Triggered by the same button on your dashboard, this feature lets the outside air into your car, which, as you know, levels up the temperature and defogs the interior.
You can turn it on and let it direct the exhausted warm air produced by the AC to the windscreen and windows, defogging the interior without turning the AC off.
Pressing the defrost button on your dashboard would warm your windshield and windows with electricity from your car, allowing them to stay defogged for longer.
Bringing wet items into your car makes the air inside moisture-heavy, forcing it to reach the dew point and ultimately fog up its interior.
All these solutions prevent your car’s inside from getting fogged up and you from ruining your good morning’s mood. Happy defogging.