Some people enjoy winter driving, while others despise it. It all depends on the vehicle, the route, the weather, how well you’ve prepared for winter driving, and your driving talents. Before the winter weather rolls in, it goes without saying that you should have your car’s batteries and tires checked. Another option is to take advanced driving classes in a controlled environment, which teaches safe driving techniques that you can and should master on the road.
The top 10 winter driving guidelines
Warm Up the Car
If your car is parked somewhere safe, it’s a good idea to warm it up before getting in and driving. When the weather is cold, getting out a bit earlier in the morning can help relieve some of the stress of leaving on time. By opening the garage door, you can get rid of the carbon monoxide that has gathered inside your automobile while parked.