Winter Driving and Safety Tips
If we can't stop it from coming, we better prepare for itPosted: November 15, 2011 at 11:33 AM by Real Estate Information
I know what you are thinking, if we ignore it, maybe it will go away, but the fact is, winter is around the corner, again. I know this because my weather app said so (never mind the snow on the ground this morning). The app shows a small graphic of the expected weather for a few days in advance.
As you can see, it will be "Cold" and snowy soon.
This time last year we wrote a little article with some tips and tricks to prepare for winter driving, guess what, no point re-inventing the wheel - here it is again:
Posted: November 18, 2010
It is that time of year again in the northern hemisphere, the snow and temperature are falling and the roads are getting icy. I can think of three ways we can live with this:
If we could all afford to go for option #2, it would be a different world that we live in, so most of us should look at option 3. Now, this topic is so well written, by so many, that I will not start in myself, instead, I recommend checking out the Transportation Canada website:
- 1. Do nothing and hope for the best
- 2. Buy a snow blower and start driving south, when you meet someone that asks what that thing is, it is safe to stop.
- 3. Prepare your vehicle and yourself for the coming months of winter wonderland.
The website goes into great detail, even teaching you how to drift your car! Here are the main points: