Resources and tips on how to stay safe on the road this winter, whether you drive as part of your job or for pleasure.
Winter Driving Can Be Dangerous
Winter Driving Safety Tool Kit
Running the Right Tires
@kaitlandavis @50ShadesofVan potential for snow #ShiftIntoWinter and wind, so reduced visibility too. https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc32
Driving in fog? Slow down, watch for brake lights, & leave extra space between vehicles. More: https://bit.ly/3iklBPS #ShiftIntoWinter
Rain mixed with snow + cool temperatures can cause slippery road conditions, which means significantly longer stopping times. #DawsonCreek
Slow down + increase following distance to at least 4-seconds. #ShiftintoWinter
📷 https://bit.ly/3m4i22E via @TranBC
WHEN DRIVING IN THE FOG, REMEMBER TO
💡Turn on your tail lights so others can see you.
👀Watch for brake lights up ahead + be prepared to stop quickly.
🛑 Not use your high beams. This will reflect the light back at you.
The posted speed limit is for ideal driving conditions, so when the snow hits, it's important to slow down + drive with care.
Even the most experienced drivers cannot predict how their vehicle will react in snow or slippery conditions. #AlaskaHighway #ShiftIntoWinter
News Release: Cone Zone campaign calls on B.C. drivers to slow down to keep roadside workers safe
Media Release: Even with spring on horizon, winter tires are needed to help keep drivers, passengers safe
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