Winter Driving Tips You Need to Stay Cool

Pathway Taxi Tips for driving in the snow – Accelerate and decelerate slowly. Drive slowly. The normal dry pavement following distance of three to four seconds should be increased to eight to ten seconds. Know your brakes. Don’t stop if you can avoid it. Don’t power up hills. Don’t stop going up a hill. Stay home (source – AAA).

In true St. Louis tradition, we experienced seasons as unpredictable as ever, especially throughout the last few months. Much of fall felt like spring, and several days in December felt like fall.When it doesn’t feel like winter, we are more likely to overlook winter road safety preparations. In addition to the regularly surprising weather conditions, our high population of drivers makes road safety a crucial responsibility. We’ve gathered some tips from sources including the National Safety Council and Consumer Reports and as well as some of our own that will help ease the stress of winter road navigation.


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