Driving in a Blizzard



If hooking a car battery up to a monkey's brain will help find the cure for AIDS and save somebody's life, I have two things to say... the red is positive and the black is negative. ~ Nick Dipaolo

According to this article, a blizzard warning means to expect sustained winds of 35 mph or more with large amount of falling or blowing snow that is expected to last for several hours. Not good weather for motoring, but these tips can gt you through it.

FEMA has gotten bad press as of late, nonetheless, this is excellent advice.
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* Icy, Slippery or Snow Covered Roads
* Driving in Bad Weather – Part 1
* Driving in Bad Weather – Part 2
* Driving in a Blizzard
* Driving in an Ice Storm (video)
* Driving in Fog
* Handling a Skid
* Handle a Skid on Snow or Ice (video)
* Skidding To Make a Turn?



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