JoeS wrote:As someone who lives in a generally-mild climate I welcome the rare (to me) "snowflake" warning. I live on a winding country road and there is one curve which retains moisture and it occasionally gets 'black ice', which manages to wipe out at least a couple of cars each winter. Although the 37°F (2.8°C) alarm trigger is perhaps a wee bit high, I, for one, appreciate this warning.wmcbrine wrote:The "low temperature" chime. Every time it goes off (for the first time in a while), I'm like "Ack! What's wrong with the car?" before I realize "Oh, it's cold outside. Thanks, I knew that."
I have slid on ice many times when it was 37 degrees. I like the chime.