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Driving safe in the winter is important. The first thing you will want to do is to slow down. With winter comes snow, ice, and slick driving conditions. Staying safe should always be your number one concern. If the weather is less than ideal, always make sure to slow down and drive more slowly. This way you will have more time to react to any incident or accident that might happen ahead of you. You should remember that the faster you drive, the longer it takes to slow down. If roads are slick, the vehicle will take longer to slow down as well. So this is why it is important to take your time so you can stay safe and reach your destination.
You will want to make sure to leave enough space between you and the vehicle in front of you. If they have to slam on the brakes suddenly, you will want enough time and space. When roads are snow, ice, or slush covered, it will take longer to come to a stop. Following too close to the vehicle in front of you can result in a rear end collision as well. By driving slow and leaving enough space, you can help prevent problems and an accident from happening.
Make sure to also have a winter safety kit. This can include non perishable food items, flashlights, blankets, and even a phone charger. When you have this in your vehicle, you can help be prepared for incase you have an accident or you go in the ditch. You can also check the weather of where your destination is you are driving to. Checking before hand will help you be aware of the type of weather you might be driving into. This will also help you to know the weather conditions as well as you drive.
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