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Frosty Start, don't get caught out

On a frosty morning like the ones we have recently experienced, take care! Ensure that your windows are fully de-iced inside and out, low sun can impair visibility generally, but with frozen windows and misted up interiors visibility is zero. Don’t risk starting your drive until the windows are clear. Once moving, keep your distance in case of black ice, think ten second rule, ten seconds between you and the car in front, and watch your speed!

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