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Thanks for sharing such a beautiful winter driving tips with us, as you highlighted few tips in bullet points are awesome and everyone should follow them in winter season. Keep on sharing such articles with us...

Driving is a huge responsibility that must be learned in steps and practiced over and over. We have to drive safely, obey the traffic laws, and respect the rights of other drivers. Not only should we concentrate on our own driving, we should also be well aware of the other vehicles around us. Driving safely also includes how and where we park our car. Passengers in our car put their safety in our hands and expect us to drive safe as well.

We shouldn't be stressed, tired, or distracted; driving should be our only focus. We need to be both mentally and physically capable of controlling our vehicle.

It is our responsibility, as a driver, to know the laws governing driving privileges. Driving safety course will helps us a lot.

Remember, driving is a privilege, NOT a right. Finally, safe driving requires a good attitude.

Cruise control is a great feature but don't use it on icy roads and don't overdrive use low gears to keep traction, especially if you are driving on on hills. And if you get stuck, just in case you do, do not spin your wheels otherwise you are just digging the snow.

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4-19-2017 1-23-11 PM
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