If you drive in New England in the winter, you face weather-related challenges each time you get behind the wheel.
In fact, every year 24 percent of weather-related vehicle accidents happen on snowy, slushy or icy pavement and 15 percent occur when it’s snowing or sleeting. (according to the Federal Highway Administration)
These winter weather conditions often make it harder for you to see, slow down and stop – factors that increase the chances you’ll have an accident.
However, you’ll fare better driving in treacherous conditions if you’re prepared. So here are some tips to help you get ready for everything a good, old-fashion New England winter can throw at you. Read more