Driving in adverse weather conditions The Highway Code rules for driving in adverse weather conditions, including wet weather, icy and snowy weather, windy weather, fog … Continue reading Driving in adverse weather conditions
We all know that winter can put an extra strain on our cars and make driving a little more difficult. The conditions can be harsh but by following these top ten tips you should be able to greet the spring without any winter mishaps.
Another Arctic winter is predicted, so now is a good time to start thinking about winter driving and how to stay safe in the ice and snow.
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Sometimes the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has to cancel or stop driving and riding tests because of things like bad weather or vehicle problems. Find out what happens if your test is cancelled or stopped, and what you need to do when there’s bad weather.