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Claims

What is claimed is new and desired to be protected by letters patent is set forth in the appended claims.

1. An automotive ice and snow eliminator comprising:

a) at least one temperature sensor;

b) at least one precipitation sensor;

c) a plurality of gas tubes exteriorly disposed on said vehicle for emitting infrared heat in the proximal vicinity thereof;

d) a processor in communication with said temperature sensor, said precipitation sensor and said gas tubes; and

e) user controls for enabling and disabling said ice and snow eliminator.

2. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 1, wherein said user controls include:

a) a lock button;

b) an unlock button;

c) an ice buster button;

d) a snowflake icon button; and

e) an ignition start button.

3. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 2, wherein said user controls are disposed on a wireless remote unit.

4. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 3, wherein a green activation light and white activation light are disposed on the dashboard of the vehicle.

5. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 1, wherein said gas tubes are disposed proximal to the front windshield, the rear windshield, the side windows, side view mirrors, hood, roof and trunk.

6. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 5, having a standard sentry mode wherein the activation process involves:

a) the user turning off the engine;

b) the user pressing said snowflake icon button on said remote unit

c) said temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is at or below the freezing level; and

d) system entering standard sentry mode.

7. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 6, having a standard sentry mode wherein the operational process involves:

a) said white activation light turning on;

b) a 72-hour countdown clock starting

c) said precipitation sensor indicating that snow is falling;

d) gas tubes emitting infrared heat with a gradual temperature increase; and

e) said gas tubes turning on and off continuously to save energy. 0 the temperature of said infrared heat varying accordingly with the outside temperature;

g) said infrared heat melting snow thereby preventing it from building up on the exterior surface of said vehicle; and

h) said precipitation sensor indicates stop of snowfall for a predetermined duration.

8. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 7, having a standard sentry mode wherein the evaporation mode and reverting process involves:

a) system entering evaporation mode;

b) heat from infrared rays evaporating all water from glass and metal surfaces;

c) evaporation mode shutting down after all water is evaporated; and

d) system reverting to standard sentry mode.

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