When it's warm outside, a modern car starts quickly and easily. However, in the cold season, in winter, it is much more difficult to start a cooled engine. Sometimes you have to spend several hours on this, but you still cannot achieve the desired result. More offensive than the fact that you have to go to work by public transport, there can only be a car theft. However, troubles can be avoided by preparing for them in advance.
If you cannot start the car several times, then leave the ignition alone. Turn on the low or high beam headlights for a few minutes, this will help warm up the battery.
Depress the clutch before starting the engine and then gently release the pedal. After the battery warms up, the current supply will increase, the engine should start more confidently. If it doesn't work, then wait a few seconds and try again.
If all this does not help, then turn off the ignition and climb under the hood. Check if the battery is sufficiently charged and that the wires are firmly attached to it. If the charge is low, then it is worth recharging it. Believe me, it will take less time than you will suffer in the cold.
Then check the spark plugs, starter. Look at the engine oil level to remove moisture from the surface as a dry engine will start better. If after these procedures the engine is "silent", then the problem is in the chassis, and the car would not start in the summer.
To prevent the running engine from stalling, immediately after starting it, slightly press the accelerator pedal - this will increase the speed and increase the fuel supply. In the running mode, keep the engine for a few minutes, because there is no hope for a cold engine. Remember that the longer it is hot, the less wear and tear, which is already twice as high as wear in the warm season.