Driving in Hazardous Conditions

Driving becomes hazardous when visibility is reduced or when the road surface is covered with rain, snow or ice.

Reducing your speed should be your first response to decreased visibility and dangerous road conditions.  Increase your space cushion by doubling your normal following distance and turn on your headlights.

The following will review the most common hazardous conditions you will face and tips and information you need to know to keep yourself and others safe on the road. 

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