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Winter Driving Tips


*    To see your environment and be seen by others,  clear your windshield, lights and windows. 

*    For the best steering control in winter driving, hold the steering wheel at a 9 and 3 o’clock position.

*    Look well ahead, at least 1 block in city driving.

*    Drive for the conditions and use gentle braking, steering and acceleration when driving on snow covered roads.

*    Leave more space between you and the vehicle in front.

*    Keep your gas tank at least ¼ tank full,  a less-than-full tank is at greater risk of condensation which may cause gas-line freezing.

*    Outside the city, never use cruise control on snow covered or icy roads


For more winter driving tips, consider taking a winter driving brush-up lesson with us this winter.





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