Winter Driving in Colorado

1. Slow down in slick conditions.
2. Have a safe following distance between you and the car in front of you. It should be up as high as four seconds in bad conditions.
3. Make sure your vehicle is in good working order, with properly inflated tires, windshield washer fluid and an ice scraper.
4. Have decent snow tires.
5. Plan ahead. Know your route. Get weather reports.
6. Just because you have four-wheel drive and/or anti-lock brakes does not mean your car is immune from the laws of physics.
7. If you’re driving in a storm and feel as though you’re in over your head, that’s a sign to slow down or pull over and stop.
8. Slow down in slick conditions.
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