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Winter Weather

Driving in the winter means dealing with snow and ice. Winter weather can lead to hazardous road conditions, slower traffic and unforeseen danger. When you drive in snowy areas, you can improve traction by using snow tires or tire chains on the wheels that power your car.




In heavy snow, you may not be able to see more than 100 feet ahead. If so, you can't safely drive any faster than 30 mph. Remember to use your low beams when it is snowing hard. The light reflected off the snow makes it difficult to see when using high beams at night. By all means, be sure to remove snow and ice before you head out.


Winter weather driving can be a daunting task for the inexperienced driver. While roads can be treacherous and visibility can be poor, there are a few steps you can take to ensure you stay safe and make it to your destination.


Before heading out, make sure you check the weather forecast and road conditions. If the conditions are poor, it is best to stay off the roads until it is safe to drive.


When driving in winter weather, make sure you give yourself extra time to reach your destination. This will help reduce your chance of having to rush on slippery roads. You should also reduce your speed, as this will give you more time to react to potential hazardous conditions.


Be sure to check your vehicle before heading out. Make sure your tires are properly inflated, your windshield is clear, and your brakes are in good condition. You should keep a winter emergency kit in your vehicle that includes a shovel, a bag of sand or kitty litter to provide traction, and a blanket.


If you do find yourself sliding on the roads, stay calm. Do not brake or turn the steering wheel abruptly. Instead, take your foot off the gas and steer the vehicle in the direction you want to go. If you have anti-lock brakes, gently apply pressure to the brakes until you come to a stop.


Finally, be sure to be extra vigilant of your surroundings. In winter weather conditions, visibility can be low and it can be difficult to see other vehicles and pedestrians.


By following these tips, you can ensure that you stay safe on the roads this winter. Remember to drive slowly, give yourself extra time, and be prepared for any potential hazards.


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