- Always clear your vehicles’ windows and mirrors. This will allow the road, pedestrians, and other vehicles to remain visible as you are driving.
- Try to reduce your driving speed and leave room between your car and the car ahead of you. If you hit a patch of snow or ice, it may take longer to reach a full stop, which is why it is a smart idea to leave some room open.
- Bridges tend to accumulate ice and sleet first. So, be cautious when driving through over them.
Always have a cell phone with you. In the event of a car accident, you will be able to call police and 911 immediately.