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Winter Driving

Winter driving can be a challenge, even for experienced drivers.

Winter driving, including snow and ice, can create hazardous driving conditions. Both the vehicle and driver must be prepared for bad weather, road confitions and vehicle or equipment failture. 

General Winter Driving Tips:

  1. Carry a cell phone.
  2. Let someone know when you depart, your route and expected travel time.
  3. Dress according to weather conditions. Keep dry and wear clothing in layers.
  4. Do not leave without a full fuel tank.
Become familiar with the pages below to prepare yourself and your vehicle for hazardous winter weather conditions.