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Winter Driving Tips | AnthonyJ350



In this video I go over some winter driving tips that I use to help me get through the winter season safely.

The biggest advice I can give is put winter/ snow tires on your vehicle, don’t make abrupt movements at the controls and go to a professional driving school to get some practice.

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I am a Mobile Electronics Certified Professional 12 Volt Installer (MECP Certified), Business Management Graduate (KPU), with a Professional Driver’s License and a genuine automotive enthusiast who loves working on vehicles and I want to share my experiences with you. The goal is to help other people who can hopefully learn from my unique outlook towards vehicles, experiences and working practices.

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  1. The weight should be on or in front of rear axel. Back against the tailgate it starts taking weight off the front which might affect steering.   I also have a 2wd truck and there really more capable then people think.

  2. Every day I'm driving over rough terrain that constantly changes so I am very aware of watching your terrain especially because I daily a 2wd that sees a lot of mud dust and high speeds year long and I'm planning on buying tracks for all 4 corners and drive the front with hydraulic connections since I don't need 4wd all year long but great instructional video

  3. Lol in saskatchewan in my 95 nissan hardbody i have to put winter tires on PLUS i have to put 2 100lb patio block and at least 300lbs of sand to go anywhere when it snows…but then again it usually ends up doing better than alot of awd suvs an cars i see

  4. You spoke at the beginning of the video about increasing following distance but you barrelled up to the stop sign after the box truck got out of the way. Idiot. What if you had slid out into the intersection? Moron.

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