When planning for a winter driving trip the first thing to do is check the weather and traffic on your route.
Snow tires are highly recommended when driving in cold weather versus all-season tires because of the traction your car needs for icy conditions.
Winter weather conditions like these reduce visibility and make it harder to see the roads and other cars. Remember to drive with your low beams active.
Make sure the scraper is solid and can stand up to the cold and additional pressure when used. Plastic can become brittle causing it to break easily.
Take your time and drive slow and steady during cold weather. Allot for extra travel time when driving to your destination so you don’t feel rushed.
Pay attention to the road ahead of you and avoid stopping and staring at other accidents along the way.