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Winter Driving Tips to make your journey safer.

Presented by Tariq Musaji. DSA ADI

Prepare your Vehicle • Lights are clean and working • Battery is fully charged. • Washer bottle fluids are topped up • Tyres are in road worthy condition • Oil is checked and if need be, topped up. • Correct level of antifreeze & brake fluid levels.

What to carry with you in your vehicle. • Tow rope • A shovel / ice scraper • De – icer (s) • A working torch • Blanket • Emergency food – biscuits, sweets , hot drink but no alcohol • Mobile phone + in car charger • Reliable Sat - Nav

Driving in adverse weather conditions.

• Reduce your speed. The chances of skidding are much greater, your stopping distance will increase greatly. • Skids are usually down to driver errors. • Drive at a speed at which you can stop within the distance you can see to be clear. (Highway code rule 126) • Avoid harsh braking, acceleration or sharp steering. • Always reduce your speed smoothly and in plenty of time on slippery surfaces. • To brake on ice or snow, get into a lower gear earlier than normal, allowing your speed to fall, then brake gently.

When was the last time you had a driving assessment?

As and advanced driver you are a much safer driver. Benefits to your are: • Reduced fuel consumption as you know about Eco-driving • This in turn cuts down on your wear and tear. • Less risk of being involved in a RTC (Road traffic collision) • Reduced insurance premiums up to 20% saving with some Insurance companies.

Thank You and drive safely.

Winter Driving  
Winter Driving  

As UK suffers from harsher winters, we need better skills in handling the motor vehicle. DSA Master ADI shares his knowledge and wisdom in...