When driving in the winter, you run the risk of your vehicle becoming stuck in the mud, snow, or ice. You won’t be stuck for long if you’ve read this article and applied the advice given.
Below are 11 winter driving tips for when you’re actually stuck in the snow.
1. Dig It
If your car’s wheels are spinning because they’re stuck in the snow, you’ll need to free them by clearing snow and slush from around the tires. During the colder months, it’s smart to keep a shovel in your car’s trunk just in case. If you can’t find a shovel, use whatever you have in your car to dig, whether it’s an ice scraper or a rolled-up floor mat.