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Winter Weather Driving Survival Guide
Winter road conditions require a driver’s full attention. Staying off your cell phone, driving at a safe speed and buckling up will ensure you make it safely to your destination. To prepare for winter driving you should:
* Know Current Road Conditions Tune into The News On 6 or 87.7 FM on your radio dial for the latest weather and road conditions. You can also call the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety at 1-888-425-2385, or visit cityoftulsa.org * Slow Down! Give yourself extra time to reach your destination when roads are slick, and if possible just stay home. * Keep Your Gas Tank Full .This will make your car heavier for winter driving, and in case of a breakdown it will ensure you can stay warm by periodically running the vehicle’s heater. * Have A Cell Phone it can be a lifesaver for you or another stranded motorist in the event of an emergency or collision.
* Clear All Snow And Ice From Your Vehicle Hitting the road with only a peep hole to drive from is very dangerous. All snow and ice should be cleared from your windows, lights, hood and roof before driving. This will keep chunks of ice from flying off your car.