by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 25, 2010)
Next to driving on icy roads, the most treacherous type of road is one covered in snow. Snow can cover existing ice, pot holes, and other problems on the surface of the road. In addition, as more vehicles drive on snowy roads, the snow often becomes more packed and much more slippery which can turn it into ice.
Here are some relatively simple strategies that anyone can use to ensure that your next trip on winter roads is a safe one.
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