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Inclement Weather

Winter Weather

Driving in the winter means dealing with snow and ice. Winter weather can lead to hazardous road conditions, slower traffic and unforeseen danger. When you drive in snowy areas, you can improve traction by using snow tires or tire chains on the wheels that power your car.



In heavy snow, you may not be able to see more than 100 feet ahead. If so, you can't safely drive any faster than 30 mph. Remember to use your low beams when it is snowing hard. The light reflected off the snow makes it difficult to see when using high beams at night. By all means, be sure to remove snow and ice before you head out.