Driving down the highway yesterday, my car suddenly lost power and would not restart. I got a tow to a garage and the guys there told me there was water in my fuel that froze the filter. (I live in Philly, and it has been colder than average this winter.) Has anyone heard of this happening before? How does the water get into the fuel? Did I get a bad batch of gas, or is there a way the water could have seeped in from outside from snow/rain? I am hyper-sensitive about water getting into cars because my previous car was nearly destroyed by a leak! Any insight is appreciated! Thanks!