Winter Driving Tips

With our four-year dry spell, we have not had the need to caution folks about winter driving,  This year, however, we are expecting heavy rain and snow in California and Nevada.  What better time to review the four safest, bad weather, driving habits:

  1. Drive as slow as you need to…not as fast as you can.
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  3. Leave plenty of space between you and the vehicle in front of you.
  4. Clean off your car and windows…do not attempt to drive through a “peephole.”
  5. Pay attention…focus on driving.

Be safe out there!

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