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Best Driving practices for spring

Being in Canada you can face the most extreme weather! The winter can go as low as -40 C and even colder along with wind chills. Talking about summer the weather can go as high as +40 C and that makes a difference of 80 C, this can be hard for us on the roads and for our vehicles. There are new challenges in each season, since you will have to get used to quirks and driving challenges during that season. In winter you can hardly maintain the control on icy, snowy roads and in summer you will have to face the blazing hot heat of the blinding sun. Though spring is a short season in Canada still it can present some unique challenges, below are few tip for safe driving during this time.     Safe driving tips for spring Remember the difference in temperature between day and night. The day time is usually warm and sunny while the nights can still be comparatively cold. As a result you can find the roads to be icy in the morning, even though it’s just“jacket weather”, adding to the challenge melting ice turns into water running from the lawns off to the roads for the entire day and again freeze into deadly ice during the night.    During the day time, large amount of melting ice turning into water can lead to flooding on the roads and this can cause your vehicle to hydroplane and also can put a mask on the potholes on the road. So when you see standing water, be very careful with your driving. Even though...
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