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SOURCE All Star Driver Education
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The holiday season is here…and so is the snow! All Star Driver Education is here to help you navigate the icy roads this winter. Whether you're packing for a holiday trip or you're simply looking for tips on driving this winter, here's some tips that you might not have thought of when preparing to hit the roads!
What to check before you drive:
Once you've started up your car, here's some tips for driving on icy or snowy roads:
In a scenario that you were stuck on the side of the road with no assistance, here are some small things you should keep in your car as an emergency that will help you get out!
"December is National Impaired Driving Prevention month, which aims at reducing the number of drunk, drugged, or distracted car accidents and deaths. But December is also the peak of winter in many states, and that means it's also Winter Driving Awareness month in my book! Let's work to keep our roads and families safe this holiday season," said Social Media and Marketing Manager, Alex Lazarou.
Each year, more than 116,000 Americans are injured and over 1,300 are killed on snowy, slushy or icy roads. AAA predicts that 107.3 million Americans will take planes, trains, automobiles and other modes of transportation to travel during the holidays from Saturday, December 23rd, through Monday, January 1st. This will be the highest year-end travel volume on record, so take it slow and easy and avoid unnecessary collisions by driving safe!
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