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Wright & Schulte LLC Encourages Drivers to Review Safe Winter Driving Tips
Date:12/4/2012

e winter car accidents can include snow, icy roads, fog, rain, hail and sleet.

As a result, Wright & Schulte LLC, is helping to spread the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) safe winter driving tips to reduce winter car accidents and deaths. [http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/Seasonal_Advisories/WinterDrivingTips/wintertips6_10.html Here are some key winter road safety tips:

1. Check the tires – This involves checking tire pressure, making sure each tire is filled to the manufacturer’s specifications (check the owner’s manual) and making sure tires have sufficient tread (at least 1/16 of an inch).

2. Know the vehicle – Know how the car handles, how sensitive the brakes are and whether your car has anti-lock breaks. Also, practice driving in cold or snowy conditions to understand how the car handles differently in them.

3. Plan the route – While this involves knowing exactly how you are going to get to the destination, it also includes leaving early, informing others of the route and making sure the vehicle has plenty of gas.

4. Make sure the vehicle is stocked – Keep vehicle stocked with various safety supplies in the event of any emergency. Key supplies which include: a snow shovel, ice scrapper, sand or some other abrasive substance the vehicle gets stuck in the snow, jumper cables, flares a flashlight,

Make sure to carry a cell phone, water, food and medicine for long distance driving or in less populated settings.

5. Know what to do in an emergency – If the vehicle is stopped for any reason during the winter, make sure everyone stays in the vehicle, put the hazard lights on and keep the interior lights on too. Also, be sure to only run the vehicle periodically (just long enough to stay warm) and to clear the exhaust from snow in order to p
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