Whether you drive a company vehicle or your own vehicle for work or personal use, you should always practice safe driving habits, especially at this time of year.
Winter weather creates additional hazards for drivers. Rain, fog, snow and ice increase a driver’s chance of being involved in a crash. You can reduce the risk and keep yourself, your family and other road users safe with a few tips from the Winter Driving Safety Alliance:
- Check road and weather conditions before heading out and avoid driving if they are bad. If you can, wait until the weather improves, allow extra travel time, and always drive for the conditions.
- Make sure your vehicle is winterized with four matched winter tires and an emergency survival kit.
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