Driving in snow

Driving in snow

Safety tips for driving in extreme weather

Our tips to driving in extreme weather conditions...
Driving in extreme weather conditions
Weather is getting more extreme. We can’t deny this, it’s been happening for quite a few years now. Our winters are getting wetter and colder, our summers breaking heat records year on year, and that’s just the UK. Because our weather is getting more extreme, we need to adjust. Whether that means you invest in an air conditioning system for your bedroom or consider triple glazing, we all need to adjust to this extreme weather. But, we also need to make sure we adjust how we drive. Your driving should vary depending on the weather, and as the weather gets more extreme you will need to know how to navigate the roads safely. So in this article, we are going to talk about how to drive safely in each extreme weather condition, including the extreme heat and cold, as well as rain and snow.

driving in snow

At the moment, most of Britain has avoided snow this winter. But the cold season has only just started, and snow can – seemingly – strike at any time. It’s imperative that drivers are on their guards at all times and prepared for snowy roads where visibility is poor and dangers are increased. Just because the weather may be unseasonably mild at the moment, it doesn’t mean that snow is not lurking around the corner, ready to pounce. Let’s have a look at how you as a driver should responsibly prepare for driving in snow.

1. Check The Forecast

Firstly, we can’t stress enough the value of frequently checking the weather reports. This doesn’t mean that you need to obsess over the weather, but a little knowledge goes a long way. For example, if you’re heading out on a long journey from the south of [...]

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