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Manitobans Have Expressed Concerns About Winter Driving.

CAA Manitoba has surveyed its members about their winter driving worries.  The results indicate that while hardy Manitobans don’t let winter reduce the frequency of their travel they do worry about hazardous driving conditions including black ice, blizzards, high snow banks left by plows, ruts on the street, blowing snow and snow on roads that’s more than a few centimeters deep.  Beyond the elements and maintenance they added distracted drivers, tailgaters and people who drive too fast for conditions.


CAA lists three tips suitable for all winter conditions including increasing your following distance to avoid collisions, prevent skidding by practicing good driving habits and see and be seen for safety by removing ice and snow from the entire vehicle.


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