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Fleet Safety Tip of the Week: Properly Removing Snow and Ice from Your Vehicle

January 30, 2013

After a snowstorm, the task of digging out a vehicle and preparing it for travel can seem time-consuming and bothersome. The temptation to improvise and take shortcuts can be great, especially if a driver is running late.

Unfortunately, such improvisation can have disastrous effects and compromise safety. Here’s a video from AAA that you can share with your drivers. It clearly explains how to properly remove snow and ice from a vehicle without compromising safety or damaging the vehicle.

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