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Tips for Safe Driving on Snow and Ice

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Cars-in-snow1. Stomp, Stay and Steer
It’s easy to use antilock brakes properly: Stomp, stay and steer. Stomp on the pedal as if you were trying to snap it off. Stay hard on the pedal. 
2. Winter Tire Requirements To have adequate snow traction, a tire — even a winter tire — requires at least 6/32-inch deep tread. 

3.The Limitations of All-Wheel Drive

Sometimes, all-wheel drive gives drivers a false sense of security, causing them to enter turns too quickly. AWD can only aid acceleration. It can’t give more grip in corners, or help you stop. 

More tips at: http://www.edmunds.com/car-safety/driving-on-snow-and-ice-10-safety-tips.html