Quit Believing These Winter Driving Myths Already

We’re lucky (well, driving-wise, not drought-wise) here in Santa Fe, to not have to deal right now with snow, as depicted in this photo but the information in this article should be heeded by those in wintery climes.


(Ben Schumin) (Ben Schumin) If you’re in one of the places in the world that never has snow, ice, or typical winter weather, good for you. You can sit there and make smug noises while the rest of us learn useful information. There are a lot of common myths about driving in the winter that people accept as true, but probably shouldn’t. Here are a few of them.

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