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Video Safety Tip: Driving Amid Lightning

Drivers who find themselves in the midst of lightning strikes should pull over to a safe place, turn on their hazard lights, close all the windows, and avoid touching metal.

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How to Drive in a Lightning Storm

Ford Motor Co. offers advice on what steps drivers should take to protect themselves against a lightning strike. Video courtesy of Ford. Read the full safety tip here.

4 Tips for Driving in Snow

Following blizzard-level snowfall on the East Coast, the Team O'Neill Rally School produced this video with in-car advice on how to drive in such challenging conditions. Ever wonder which states are the riskiest for driving in snow? Click here.

Which States Are Riskiest for Driving in Snow?

A driver’s chances of getting in a snow-related crash are highest in the state of Wyoming, according to a recent analysis of 2016 crash data.

Storm Blasts East Coast with Blizzard Conditions

A massive winter storm known as a Bomb Cyclone has slammed the East Coast from Florida to Maine, bringing with it snow, high winds, and frigid temperatures that are creating difficult traveling conditions across a wide swath of the Northeast.

Driving in Slippery Conditions

Even light rain or snowfall can cause dangerously slippery road conditions. But there are measures drivers can take to help stay safe. Video courtesy of KTRK-ABC13.

Wet Weather Driving Tips

AAA's William Van Tassel offers advice for driving in rainy weather. Video courtesy of AAA/YouTube. For the full safety tip, click here.

Irma Downs Power Lines in Its Path

Power lines brought down by Hurricane Irma continued to pose safety hazards on Monday, Sept. 11, as utility crews scrambled to make repairs. This video offers drivers advice on what to do when encountering a downed power line. Video courtesy of Great River Energy.

Floods Pummel Missouri

Floodwaters have ravaged parts of the Midwest and South in recent days, with Missouri the hardest hit. Video courtesy of Reuters. For the fleet safety tip about flash flood conditions, click here.

A Driver’s Nightmare in L.A.

Tough commute last night? Well, imagine having your vehicle suddenly plunge into a 20-foot-deep sinkhole filled with rushing water and raw sewage streaming from a burst pipe. That’s what happened to one motorist in rain-soaked Los Angeles on Friday, Feb. 17. Video courtesy of CBSLA Channel 2.