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Drivers need to take care during winter

| Jan 8, 2020 | Car Accidents

Winter can be harsh in Ohio, which is why Ohio drivers need to make sure they drive safely to help keep other travelers safe. Failing to exercise care for the safety of other motorists and passengers when driving conditions become treacherous can result in negligence on the part of the driver and leave them liable to any victims for the damages they suffer in a car accident.

To make sure everyone stays safe on the roadways, Ohio drivers should ensure they practice safe winter weather driving habits and stay off the roads if at all possible when they are snow covered and dangerous. When drivers must drive during icy or snowy conditions, it is important for them to adjust their driving to provide additional stopping time and additional following distance between them and other vehicles.

Additionally, during wintertime, drivers should be familiar with how to utilize their brakes and avoid completely stopping unless it is absolutely necessary. Along those lines, drivers should never stop while climbing a hill during snowy conditions and should not try to power up the hill either. Drivers should also accelerate and decelerate slowly in snowy and icy road conditions. Following these safe driving tips may help drivers avoid driving accidents.

When a car accident has occurred because of a negligent or careless driver, that driver may be liable for the damages suffered by the victims of the car accident. Compensation recovered through a personal injury claim can help victims address their physical, financial and emotional damages.

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