Driving in the winter months can be dangerous. Parkland experts say less daylight this time of year makes it harder to see what’s on the road. That’s why it is even more important to pay attention to the road and save phone calls and texts for later.
It is also good to get your car checked for leaks, damaged hoses or other needed parts. You should also:
If you are stopped in wintry weather, stay with your car and don’t tire yourself out. Don’t run your car for too long with the windows up or in a closed off space to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.