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Driving through fall leaves

Sep 10, 2020

6 Tips For Driving In The Fall

6 Fall Driving Tips

 Slick Roads
  • Avoid stopping on piles of wet or bunched leaves.
  • Maintain distance between you and the car in front of you.

 Inspect Tires

 Pedestrians & Deer Crossing

  • School is back and so are kids on sidewalks and crosswalks. With less daylight and slick roads caused by wet leaves, driving slowly, especially through school zones, is important.
  • Deer are most active in the fall and may be harder to spot at higher speeds and with less daylight.
  • More people are running or walking outside, so keep an eye out and slow down.
 Check Battery
  • Colder temperatures can cause a weak battery to fail suddenly, so it's a good idea to schedule a battery check to determine the battery's effectiveness.
  • Original equipment batteries generally last 4 years under normal conditions. Idle cars or strenuous road conditions can cause it to fail sooner.

 Maintain Clear View

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