Snowboard Iskola

It has been a slow start to the season indeed. For the first major storm of the season and the first storm that has brought more than a foot of snow to most places it has hit in the US, the classic car panic has ensued. 

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Driving in slick and snowy conditions really is no joke. BUT - never fear. You have heard the term of the 5 p's: Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance... and if you haven't, well, now you have. Let us help you.

Preparing for driving in a winter storm is crucial for safety. 

- Start by checking weather forecasts and road conditions before heading out. 

- Ensure your vehicle is winter-ready by installing snow tires, checking the battery, and topping up essential fluids. 

- Pack an emergency kit with items like a blanket, flashlight, food, and water. 

- Keep your gas tank at least half full to prevent fuel line freezing. 

- Equip yourself with warm clothing and sturdy boots. 

- Inform someone about your travel plans and expected arrival time. 

- Finally, drive slowly, increase following distance, and stay alert for changing road conditions.

Good luck out there, folks, and bring on the snow!

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