Winter Driving Safety

Here is a series of new graphics highlighting safety tips for the most prevalent winter driving hazards. You can download and share these tips with your residents on Neighbors.
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Get Ready for Winter TravelGet_Traction.webp

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Cold, icy conditions make traveling dangerous. [AGENCY NAME] recommends some easy tips to help you stay safe on the road!
-Check the NWS Forecast to find the best times to start your drive.
-Check Road Conditions before you hit the road.
-Stay Mobile and be ready to adjust your plans as conditions change.
-Winterize your vehicle to keep it running smoothly in freezing weather.
-Pack an emergency supply kit in case you get stuck in the snow.

 

#SaferNeighborhoodsTogether

Source: National Weather Service


Refresh Yourself with Winter Driving Tips

Be_Aware_of_Sneaky_Hazards.png

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Dense fog can sneak up on you and you’ll never hear about it in a weather forecast. [AGENCY NAME] recommends you:
-Slow down as visibility changes quickly in fog.
-Use your low-beam headlights as the fog will reflect the light back at you.
-Leave plenty of room between you and other vehicles.

 

#SaferNeighborhoodsTogether

Source: National Weather Service


Know Before You Go

Know_before_you_go.png

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Sample message:
Preparation is crucial for traveling safely in winter conditions. [AGENCY NAME] wants to remind you to follow these steps before you hit the road:
-Check the NWS Forecast to plan the best times to start your drive.
-Stay Mobile and be ready to adjust your plans as conditions change.
-Check Road Conditions before getting on the road.
-Winterize your vehicle to keep all systems running smoothly in freezing weather.
-Pack an emergency supply kit in case you get stuck in the snow.

 

#SaferNeighborhoodsTogether

Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


Be Careful on Black Ice!

Be_careful_on_black_ice.png

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Sample message:
[AGENCY NAME] wants to remind everyone that black ice is hard to see and extremely slippery, which is a dangerous combination on bridges and overpasses!

 

#SaferNeighborhoodsTogether

Source: National Weather Service


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