Let the car run idle for a couple minutes. If it is extremely cold (20 and below) then let it run for a couple more. Then drive. You don't want to let it idle until operating temp has been reached, however you want to let it run long enough to circulate oil AND transmission fluid (for automatics) and build a little heat inside the engine.
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