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It's been awhile since I gave a blog on driving habits. Well its Winter time and driving takes another complete way of driving as we all know. Right now as I type this blog I am looking out my back window and there is no snow in my backyard (WNY) and I am happy. I am not a skier so that is why I am glad there is no snow. But a big thing I worry about is when it does snow or if there is Black ice. We all know about Black ice, this is mainly on side roads and streets where you don't see the ice as it blends in with the black top , therefore called black ice. Did you stop at that STOP sign completely and not do one of those California slide thoughts. We need to be extra careful responding to and returning from a call as I always say the other drivers on the road think they own the road and you should look out for them, many drivers don't even get out of the way when you have you lights and siren blaring, and other times they just don't have any place to go, especially when there is a bad accident and traffic is backed up. Always look out for the other driver or biker, walkers when responding and extra care needs to be taken when going through intersections. They make vehicles sound prove these days to keep the outside air out in the winter time or rain so yes extra caution is needed.
I hope everyone had a good Christmas and a Happy New Year, did you get what you wanted. a new snow blower or shovel to get that snow out of your driveway, etc. Any how hope you had a nice holidays and hope all is well with you and the rest of your family. Oh no, it's starting to snow here , time to make sure if I have to go out that I watch my driving . With that said why did you not slow down just a bit going through that intersection and watch going through the residential areas of towns , kids are out playing in the snow people are out walking their dogs.
Have a safe weekend and hope to see you back here on MOnday.