What you should avoid when driving in winter on ice:
- Avoid sudden braking and acceleration. Use the controller carefully and avoid sudden movements.
- Stopping distance on ice can be ten times longer than on dry roads. Drive slowly, the distance between the vehicle shall be such that you leave plenty of room to slow down or stop.
- Slow down to drop to a lower speed earlier than usual, enabled by a gradual decrease in speed and pedal brakes gently used. Otherwise there will be a lock brakes.
- If the vehicle starts to pull, release the gas, but do not brake or turn suddenly.
- Drive up to the fastest speed at which those wheels of your vehicle are not slip.
Follow this advice on your own risk. Advices presented on this page are tips for long running car.
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