The winters this year are going to be tougher than before. Experts have already predicted extreme conditions for the winters 2021-2022 due to a meteorological effect called 'La Niña,' which will make the upcoming winters stormy for the most part. The coast will be windy and is likely to receive lots of rainfall; overall, the winters will be extra harsh. Western coastal regions are about to face the most unforgiving winter so far since the 2013-2014 season, and back then, the days did not get any warmer than 30° C. In the east, conditions will be better, but in any case, "the winter is coming," and we must all be ready for it.
We didn't mean to scare you all straight with the Game of Thrones reference, but it won't be nice, and we wanted it to sound just as intense. Also, a special call-out to all the parents of teenage drivers – winter driving is very different than summer driving, and many young drivers don't have the experience or confidence to handle the harsh road conditions. Let's give them the tools and tips so they can become safe, confident drivers year-round.
Driving safety is one of the utmost concerns during the winters season, and in this article, we will discuss how you can prepare well for the challenges of the chills to better keep yourself and your new/teen driver safe on the roads during winters. Remember, an ounce of precaution is worth more than a ton of cure – there is no excuse for you to ignore preparing your ride for the winters because accidents don't come with a foreboding. Read on to find out what you can do to survive the upcoming cold season on the roads.