Those residing in warmer climates can shield their eyes from the “S-word”, that is, snow. However, for many of us in the United States, winter driving is a real thing and we all like to think we’re good enough to handle the elements.
But, Chevrolet has provided a few extra tips to help drivers make the most of their safety in winter driving conditions. The basics are represented, such as go slower, brake sooner and let the momentum carry you through a corner to avoid loss of traction.
However, things like changing from you big, poofy winter coat and gloves to ensure optimal driving feedback may be lesser known. And, did you know the worst conditions to drive in are actually between the temperatures of 24 and 34 degrees? Yes indeed.
Vehicles on the road let the snow and ice melt ever so slightly in these temperatures, offering even less grip than snow or ice that is frozen solid.
Check out the entire video of tips in the video right down below.