Monthly Safety Article December 2018…

Ice and Snow Driving

With the recent snow we must take a look at how we drive in the winter.  Typically there is ice around stop signs and stop lights.  So take your time coming to a stop.  One may think lockers may help but they actually harm ice and snow driving.  So turn off the lockers.  Most Jeeps have oversized tires and they tend to float on snow and ice instead of digging down to dry ground like smaller tires do.  Bottom line is slow down in winter driving conditions.


Previous Safety Topics:

-Spotting on the Trail
-Spring time driving
-Spring safety topics
-New JL Safety features
Quick Maintenance
Winter Survival Stash
-Altitude Sickness
-Drone Safety
-Roll Over Safety
-Winching Safety
-Spring Jeep Maintenance
– Vehicle recovery