Winter Driving Tips: Part II

Posted by Scott Wilson on Jan 14, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Another spell of winter weather has come our way, and there's sure to be more where that came from. In our last post we discussed some basic winter driving tips, including following distance, clearing off your car, and how to rock your vehicle into motion when it's stuck. Today we'll look at some more winter driving tips, focusing on travel and technique.

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Winter Driving Tips: Part I

Posted by Scott Wilson on Jan 4, 2016 4:30:00 PM

We've told you how to winterize your car, so your car should be ready. But what about you? Are you up to the challenges this season will bring to the roads? Since we’ve had our first taste of winter weather, I thought it appropriate to share a few tips for making your winter weather driving safer, The best advice is to wait it out if at all possible. Wait until the roads are cleared before you get out on the roads. But if you do decide to travel while the snow is falling and piling up on the roads and obscuring your vision, here are some things you can do to minimize the risk.

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Driver's Ed • How To: Winterize Your Car

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on Oct 7, 2015 12:46:00 PM

Freezing cold temperatures, ice, snow – it’s that time of year again. Winter. There are not many people that enjoy the cold weather. I, for one, hate it! An hour long ride to work in the snow is not my idea of a good time. So take it from someone who knows how to get your car prepared for winter, it can be a process! Here are some simple tips to winterize your car and make sure it's ready to get you from point A to B safely.

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