Winter Weather Conditions Place Extra Demands on your Car and Driving Skills

Unpredictable winter weather and fewer hours of light can play havoc on your vehicle and affect your driving skills.

Watch for the following hazards:

1. Poor Traction

2. Reduced ability to stop

3. Braking on ice

4. Slippery Surfaces

5. Reduced ability to see and be seen.

6. Jacknifing

Keep in the following tips in mind while driving this winter:

1. Invest in winter tires.

2. Start smoothly. Don’t spin tires.

3. Control speed, take it slow.

4. Take hills cautiously.

5. Avoid sudden stops.

6. Signal well in advance.

7. Don’t tailgate.

8. Watch for black ice.

9. Break or gear down before turning.


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