10 Winter Driving Tips

Extra Mile Staff

Winter driving can be dangerous, especially in the snowier parts of the country. Follow these tips for a safer driving experience:

Mechanic making notes on a clipboard during a car service at his workshop - Copyspace Climate control dial on an expensive sports car Wiper and windscreen of the parked car covered with snow. Close-up. An ice and snow covered car headlight. A man hook up booster cables to the discharged battery, cold winter day Fuel gauge showing half-full tank Man wearing sunglasses to block glare from snow Teen hiding behind snowbank Cars driving through the snow Slippery road sign

Following these winter driving tips can help keep you safer on the road. However, breakdowns can still occur. Check out these five tips for a roadside breakdown to help you stay safe if it happens to you.

See Also: Winter Weather Safety Tips

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