The traveling public is reminded to exercise caution and drive with care.
Clearing a small patch to see through a windshield or rear window is not enough. In winter weather, the driving hazard that’s even worse than snow and ice is your inability to see what’s ahead. To help with visibility remember to clear snow and ice from the headlights and hood of your vehicle. Be careful and go slow. Use courtesy and common sense. The legal speed limit may not be possible depending on conditions.
It’s also very important Not to Crowd the Plow. Pass plows with extreme caution and never drive into a snow plow’s cloud. Remember, in bad weather, if you’re out there, so is your County Highway Department.