Thursday, January 25, 2007

Driving Safely During The Winter

Here are some tips to keep you and your car in mint condition despite driving through snowy and icy roads:

If you are driving through snowy roads, make sure that you do not speed up. You see, your tires may give up and send you skidding through the road.

A temperature gauge would help you out a lot during driving. That way, you can check if you can already speed up or slow down.

If you are on black ice, drive more slowly. You would know you are on black ice if your car’s tires are kind of quiet. Other hints are that the temperature has dropped and your windshield has started fogging up.

If you start skidding, keep your feet on the gas pedal. And make sure that you do not panic. Always keep your head clear and let your mind show you where you want to go. More likely than not, you’ll be back on the road in no time at all.

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