Tips to keep you trekking this winter
Tips to Keep You Trekking This Winter
(BPT)—Winter is in full swing, and with the magical season comes the potentially unpleasant snow, ice and slippery conditions that can make driving a challenge. But, even in this less-than-ideal driving weather, Americans are ready to take on what Mother Nature throws their way. Even though 63 percent of Americans say icy roads are their top winter driving concern, 76 percent also say they are comfortable driving in snow, according to Hankook Tire's Winter Gauge Index.
And, if Americans are right - 41 percent of all Americans polled expect more snow this winter, as compared to last year - there will be plenty of opportunity to drive through a winter wonderland.
Confident and prepared is the resounding tune among drivers, and that's not just in the area of getting behind the wheel in slick conditions; Seventy-one percent of Americans spend less than one hour digging their car out of the snow and nearly half (49 percent) maintain their driveway themselves, according to the survey.
So, clean up that driveway, embrace the cold weather and get out and enjoy the winter season.
Before hitting the road for the ski slopes or embarking on a winter excursion, keep in mind Hankook's top winter driving tips:
By preparing for winter's snowy surprises, you can keep on rolling throughout the slippery season.