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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Tips for Staying Safe in the Snow

Tips for Staying Safe in the Snow

The holidays are almost here, which means for some of us, prolonged road trips to Grandma’s house for either Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Years! With holidays fast approaching, we might find ourselves spending time out on the roads and possibly in the snow!  The team at Gary’s Auto Service is here to help! Here are tips for staying safe in the snow:  Slow down! It is important to remember that everything needs to be done slower in the snow, including accelerating, decelerating, and turning. When the pavement is covered in ice or snow, caution is key.  Give yourself extra time to brake to ensure you stay in control over your vehicle.  Make sure to keep longer following distance between you and the next car than normal.  All-Wheel Drive is helpful, but it doesn’t always make a difference. In spots of black ice, AWD won’t help you stop faster than a front-wheel or rear-wheel-drive vehicle.  Keep a steady pace at all times, goi ... read more

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Trick Or Treat Safety Tips

Trick Or Treat Safety Tips

Halloween is a holiday that both children and adults can enjoy. From the candy to costumes to the decorating to the spookiness, there seems to be something for everyone. Even though this night is full of fun and festivity, we have to be careful -- this night can quickly turn dangerous for both pedestrians and drivers alike. Here are 10 trick-or-treat safety tips:  Use those headlights. Even in the daylight, children crossing the street are more likely to see you, and you are more likely to see other trick-or-treaters, especially those kids wearing darker costumes.  Don’t drive distracted. Put your cell phone away. Tonight is the night to be on your guard.  Turn the radio down. You need to use all your senses tonight to make sure the coast is clear.  Drive slower than the posted speed limit, especially in residential areas. Children can’t help but get excited with all their candy and might cross the street without looking.  Keep your eyes peeled ... read more

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