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Tip # 1
Keep Your Vehicle’s Lights Bright

As you know, daylight hours are shorter during the winter, that means navigating or driving in the dark on slippery roads. Before cold weather comes inspect your vehicle’s lights for burned-out bulbs or dimming and make sure to replace or have them repaired now. Before getting into your vehicle to drive, check that your head lights are clear of snow or ice.



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