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Tips for Driving Safer in Snow

February 14, 2008

Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation offers the following tips when behind the wheel in snowy, slick winter conditions, WNEP 16 News reports:

- Slow down gradually and drive at a speed that suits the conditions.

- Increase your following distance on the road during whiteouts.

- Come to a complete stop only if you can safely get as far off the road as possible.

- Do not stop in the flow of traffic. Doing so could create a chain- reaction collision.

- Do not pass a vehicle moving slowly or speed up to get away from a vehicle that is following too closely.


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