Winter can bring more concern than any other season when you think about taking the road, especially if there are children involved. Even though I am sure that you love them to pieces, traveling with children can be a challenge for the driver as the little ones can be a distraction for the one who is on the wheel. That’s why parents should think of different ways to keep them occupied while on the road.
Also, you have to be sure that your car maintenance is done properly so you don’t have any surprises. Furthermore, it is very important to know the myths and truths about winter driving. You’d be astonished to learn how many facts some people think are true, but aren’t. And finally, every driver should learn when it is time to take a break and let the bad weather calm down.
Well, below is a list of articles, full of tips on the above topics, that will help you deal with these winter problems:
- Keeping your kids in check during holiday travels
- Easy do it yourself winter vehicle maintenance
- Winter driving myths or truths; what every driver needs to know
- When is bad weather bad enough to stop driving?
These four articles, brought to you by Insurance Hunter‘s guest blog post writer Scott Marshall, are filled with everything there is to know to be safe on the road. With these tips, you and your family can be ready to face any situation and enjoy your trip to the fullest. They are very well written and I learned several tricks and tips from every single one of them. I especially liked the article about the myths and truths which has clarified a lot of misconceptions.
Mr. Marshall has plenty of experience on driving as he was a judge for three seasons on the show Canada’s Worst Driver on the Discovery Network. Moreover, he is Director of Training for Young Drivers of Canada. He also writes columns on driving for his community paper since 2005 and he has been published on several newspapers, magazines and websites. Click here to visit his personal blog.
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