You will usually have adverse weather conditions in the winter months but in the UK there are numerous outcomes, they can be wet, icy or even snowy.
Driving to the road conditions is a matter of course and when you are driving in adverse conditions, precaution must be taken. It is advisable to slow up and change your driving style to suit the conditions that prevail.
In the wet, you should drive with more care and attention than you would usually take in the dry. You should increase the gaps between you and the vehicle in front as you will not have the grip that you would have had in the dry.
In snowy or icy conditions caution must be used when on the road.
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