Take it Slow in Snow and Ice

It's been a mild winter at Cars.com's Chicago headquarters — until now. A late February snowstorm means the city streets are slick and snowy while visibility is poor. In fact, much of the Midwest and East Coast are digging out from a winter storm or preparing for yet another one.

Luckily our long-term Subaru BRZ is shod with ice-crunching Blizzak snow tires. Regardless of your vehicle's winter-fighting equipment, Cars.com wants to remind you to play it safe on the roads. Check out our winter driving advice section below.

Tips for Safe Winter Driving
Drive Safely This Winter
How to Drive Safely on Snow and Ice

By Jennifer Geiger | February 27, 2013 | Comments (1)


Winter weather is brutal, and I've considered getting snow tires, but I can't afford it right now. I would recommend other people to buy them if they have the money for it.

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