As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, the roads can become more hazardous. Frost, ice and snow mean that you need to take extra car in maintaining and driving your vehicle. The best way to handle the change is to prepare for winter driving.
The RAC have provided a nice, easy to use, winter driving checklist which includes all the things you need to do, check and carry for car maintenance and emergency situations.
This checklist has been designed so that you can print it off and keep it in your vehicle for continual reference.
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With thanks to the RAC for this helpful Winter Driving Checklist For Car Maintenance And Safety – An infographic by the team at RACShop