Sunday, 10 January 2010

Some good snow driving advice from the beeb...

Nice advice piece here... but it missed one vital thing - on snow and ice, use the TEN second rule as a bare minimum: That is, ten seconds should have elapsed from the point the back of the vehicle in front of you passes a particular spot, before your front bumper passes that spot. This allows for the possibility of skids and slides, and gives you more chances to stop safely without having an accident.

Here's the article: Note that it's got a video clip embedded in it.

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