Winter Driving Tips

Ice and Snow, Take It Slow Winter driving conditions make for slower acceleration, slower steering, and slower braking. Give yourself extra time to reach your destination safely. It is not worth putting yourself and others in a dangerous situation just to save time. Drive with your headlights on. Use your low beam headlights in bad…

Do You Need Snow Tires

Every winter, Colorado drivers consider whether to put snow tires on their car. In winter driving conditions (snow, slush or ice on the road) properly inflated snow tires in good condition, provide optimal safety and performance. The dilemma for Front Range drivers is that for the majority of our winter days, the roads are dry…