Avoid Car Accidents this Winter in Roanoke

Ten Tips for Safe Winter Driving Winter has arrived in Roanoke and the weather that comes with it can increase the risk of both car accidents and personal injury if car owners do not exercise caution. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 17% of all car accidents happen during winter conditions. Follow and share our top ten tips for winter driving to avoid injury to yourself or loved ones this season. Slow and steady wins the race. Allow yourself extra time when driving to and from your destination-everything takes longer when there is snow on the roads. The best way to avoid skidding and regain traction is by accelerating and decelerating slowly. Keep this in mind at stop signs and stoplights, too. Be prepared. Before getting on the road, make sure that your car has at least half a tank of gas to prevent a gas line freeze. Make sure that your car’s tires are inflated correctly. Allow extra space. If you are driving behind someone in the snow,…

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