If you need to drive on roads in the winter that are covered in snow and ice, there are a few things that you can do to increase your safety. Drive at a slower speed so that you have better control of your car. If you are in an accident, then the impact likely won't be as harsh due to traveling at lower speeds.

Avoid accelerating at a fast pace so that you don't begin sliding on the road. You should also try not to quickly bring your car to a stop as this could result in sliding or losing control of your car as well. When visiting Brenner Collision Center, someone can check your tires and brakes to ensure that they don't need to be replaced.

>Try to increase the distance between your car and the one in front of you to about six seconds. This added distance should give enough room to get safely stopped if there is an emergency.

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