Safety Tips for Fall Driving in Framingham
As the fall months are getting closer and the weather will be shifting it is important to drive cautious in the coming months. Here is what you might expect:
Visibility May Be Poor: Falling leaves, rain, or fog can limit your vision. As the days begin to shorten, the visibility of pedestrians also becomes difficult. If you find your visibility limited, slow down or pull over.
Watch for Children: Make sure to use extra caution around leaves piled at the curbside. Children love playing in large piles of leaves that can sometimes be hidden, proceed with caution.
Slow Down on Wet Pavement: Always keep a safe distance behind the car in front of you, especially in rainy conditions. Wet leaves on the pavement cause slippery road conditions.
Be Prepared for Changing Weather: Try to always be prepared for a change in the weather by bringing a warm coat, rain gear, and gloves.
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