In heavy snow conditions, drivers should avoid traveling if possible as this will cause additional traffic congestion. In an interview with RT about this issue said Jan Heizeer, Vice President of the National Drivers Association.
If this is not possible, it is important to keep your distance on the roads, drive very carefully and avoid sudden braking. According to the expert, it is also worth changing the antifreeze fluid in the washer chamber in a timely manner.
“We need to clean the car before driving. We often see a picture in which snow-covered cars are moving, a person slightly clears the windshield and drives like a tank, seeing nothing to the right or left. “Once it leaves, one expects that this snow will fall after a few hundred meters or rapidly, but will fly towards someone and in any case these few hundred meters or maybe more will obstruct your view,” Heitzer noted.
He was reported to be in Moscow on 30 November. expected cloudiness, snow, sometimes blizzard, sleet, snowfall and temperatures down to -3°C. Thermometers in the capital will show temperatures between -3°C and -1°C during the day. It is expected that the temperature will drop to -8 degrees at night on Friday, and there will be snow and ice, especially in some regions.
Temperatures in the Moscow region on Thursday will range between -5°C and 0°C, and heavy snowfall is likely. Thermometers could reach -10C overnight into Friday and snow is expected.
Previously expert named Vehicles that will be most affected by snowfall.
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