Scraping my windshield every morning during winter months is a cumbersome and time-consuming task. I had the idea that I could just drive through the car wash (I have a membership) every morning to do the job for me, since it is right next to my house and I would only have to scrape a little bit to get there safely. This would probably take about the same amount of time as scraping, but I could just sit in my car and not have to brave the elements.
Are there any good reasons why I should not do this? Could it crack my cold windshield? Is washing my car every day bad for the paint? Could the left over water that isn't dried affect my brakes or traction or maybe seal my door shut if it was really cold?
This question addresses making cold cars driveable in the morning, but no one mentions the possibility of using a car wash: Best routine for making a frozen car driveable