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    Winter driving tips

    6 December 2019

    Here at Tusker we love the snow, but on the roads it can cause havoc! There’s the obvious tips for driving in difficult conditions – making sure tyres are correctly inflated and that windscreen wipers are working correctly, but there are also things that you may not have thought of, that could make all the difference if you get stuck in snow or icy conditions.

    • Keeping the fuel tank full – might sound expensive, but if you get stuck, having the heaters on could make things less frosty.
    • If you do skid on ice or snow, look where you want to be going as this will help you to straighten the car without over-correcting. It’ll also stop you panicking if you have something to focus on.
    • Make sure you have a fully charged mobile phone, or you have a charger in the car at all times, so you can call for help or alert someone if you're delayed – it could be a long walk to a phone. Similarly, let someone know you’re on your way so they’ll raise the alarm if you get severely delayed.If you have to drive through a flood – even a small one - test your brakes immediately afterwards as brakes can be compromised with too much water.
    • If you get stuck in snow, revving your engine to try to power out of the rut will just make the rut worse. Instead, move your vehicle slowly backwards and forwards out of the rut using the highest gear you can.
    • A squirt of WD-40 will prevent your door locks freezing up. If they do freeze, heat your key with a lighter to melt the ice – don’t breathe on the lock as the breath will cool and freeze in the lock.
    • If you have to drive through a flood – even a small one - test your brakes immediately afterwards as brakes can be compromised with too much water.
    • If you get stuck in snow, revving your engine to try to power out of the rut will just make the rut worse. Instead, move your vehicle slowly backwards and forwards out of the rut using the highest gear you can.
    • A squirt of WD-40 will prevent your door locks freezing up. If they do freeze, heat your key with a lighter to melt the ice – don’t breathe on the lock as the breath will cool and freeze in the lock.

    It’s always a good idea to carry the recommended snacks, water, antifreeze, blanket, torch and spade, these will be useful in the winter weather. For more information, please visit http://www.rac.co.uk/drive/advice/winter-driving

    Stay safe out there!

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