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Driver Safety Tips

How to Handle Icy Roads

With some areas of the country experiencing the coldest weather in decades, now is a good time to remind your drivers how to avoid or correct a slide on icy roads.

How to Drive in Whiteout Conditions

Frigid conditions can bring snow and wind, which can sometimes lead to whiteout conditions on the road. Whiteouts are particularly dangerous and have been known to lead to catastrophic pileups of dozens of cars.

Dangers of Leaving a Warming Up Vehicle

In the chilly winter weather many drivers think warming up their car by leaving the engine idling makes smart sense. Actually, it can be dangerous in a number of ways.

How Adaptive Headlights Work

Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than they would with conventional headlights, according to a study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Safety Tips for Driving Over Icy Bridges

Icy bridges, a winter weather hazard that's often underestimated, cause more injuries and fatalities than tornadoes, lighting and floods combined each year.

How to Drive Safely in Winter Weather

Icy roads and blowing snow can mean everything from skidding and sliding to reduced visibility. Drivers should follow these six tips to stay safe.