Thursday, November 22, 2012

Winter driving tips

Nothing new here.
This is just a friendly reminder for everybody else.

Check the weather before you go.
Check road restrictions before you go.
Ca roads: 800-427-7623  NV roads: 877-687-6237
Don’t tailgate. Leave plenty of room to slow down.

Make sure you have an operable defroster.

Accelerate lightly, especially in a turn.

Carry a brush and scrapper to clear snow and ice before you drive.
If you don’t have 4 wheel drive, figure out how to install chains before you need them.

Slow down. The coefficient of friction is changeable and not always well known.
Do you know how to engage your 4 wheel drive or is it automatic?

Make sure you have fresh wiper blades and window washer solution.
Careful on the brakes, especially if you don't have Anti-lock brakes (ABS).

Have a winter emergency kit on board; water, blankets, gloves, food.
Bring your cell phone with a full battery and a charger.
Make sure you have plenty of gas in the tank. You could get stuck in traffic or a snowdrift.
Practice skids and slides in an empty parking lot. Practice makes perfect.

Drive defensively. Some people never grasp any of the above tips.

I see this stuff all the time on 80.


  1. Winter driving can be inconceivably hard to the individuals who have never attempted to explore cold, frigid, elusive streets. There are a lot of various tips that can help these distinctive individuals to take in the state of the streets.

  2. How to replace your windshield wipers. You'll save probably $10-$15 per wiper bladeover having it done at a shop, and it will only take you Car glasses cleaner