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With temperatures dropping to -13C (8.6F) in parts of the UK last night making it the coldest night of winter so far, it’s vital drivers adapt their driving to deal with the icy and snowy conditions.
The number of road traffic accidents increases during the winter months. Black ice, heavy snow and flooding as well as longer periods of darkness can make driving particularly hazardous.
Taking preventative measures and changing the way we drive in winter to adapt to the challenges can make a huge a difference.
Jemma Valvona from our offices on the Isle of Wight provides five useful tips for driving safely this winter:
If you or someone close to you has been involved in an accident that wasn’t their fault, contact our expert team of solicitors. Novum Law has a proven track record of helping people involved in road traffic accidents and can help on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
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