Winter Driving Tips For 2017 That Drivers Everywhere Should Remember

These aren’t just tips I give for winter driving tips, but tips for everyday driving, too. You need to drive with caution while on the road. Do not use cruise control when driving on any slippery surface, such as roads covered with snow and ice, or roads that have been treated with salt or sand. Of all the winter driving tips I can give you when push comes to shove, the biggest tip is to just stay home. Driving in poor road conditions creates way too many unpredictable situations.

Key Takeaways:

  • These winter driving tips are for those of you with little or no experience driving during winter weather conditions.
  • As someone who has lived in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic my entire life, I have certainly had my fair share of winters and have grown somewhat accustomed to driving in a little inclement weather.
  • You could be from an area where a foot of snow is considered a light dusting.

“Annually, over 1,300 people are killed in vehicle crashes on snowy, slushy, or icy pavement.”