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Winter Driving Prepares

Winter driving is someone's hobby. But in this worst weather winter driving is a worried thing for our families. Whether you live in a state that sees a lot of snow and ice every winter, winter driving can be hazardous.

Weather conditions can be unpredictable, placing extra demands on your vehicle and your driving skills. To ensure your driving safety this winter season, you must be prepared. As in so many circumstances in life a little preparation before hand can make all the difference later on. Getting your vehicle ready for winter driving conditions is relatively easy and inexpensive.

Are you Prepared for Winter Driving?
Sometimes the best tip for winter driving is just to stay at home, or at least remain where you are until snow plows and sanding trucks have had time to do their work. If you chance driving in a heavy storm and crash on a snowy, you'll certainly be late arriving at your destination anyway or maybe not at all.

Things Every Car Needs in Winter Season:
Chains or winter-specific tires are necessary to provide adequate snow traction. These tires provide superior traction over all-season tires. Winter tires are best for drivers that will have to face snowy roads for several months. Drivers that won't see a lot of snow may opt to carry chains that can be applied to their all-season tires in an emergency. High-performance
Good wiper blades are a must for winter driving.
This is a quick and easy fix that can make a huge difference in the safety of your vehicle. There's nothing worse than turning on your wipers only to find that six months of sun have rendered them virtually worthless in a snow storm. Make sure your windshield washer system works and is full of an anti-icing fluid and clean the inside of your windows thoroughly. This will help when visibility is poor. Consider carrying an extra bottle of windshield fluid in your vehicle.
Keep your gas tank at the very least half-full.
Charged cell phone with 12 volt charger
Have a good spare tire, wheel wrench and proper jack for your vehicle.
Blankets or warm clothing. Towels are on hand to prevent the hands in wettest. These should always be in your car, but are doubly important to have in the winter. Don't forget your warm gloves.

By preparing ourselves and our vehicles for winter driving now, before we are involved in a winter storm emergency, we will all be more confident of surviving winter's worst weather.

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