Weather-related traffic congestion, icy roads, and snowbanks are a normal part of winter life, but we can control what we do to our vehicles to make them safer. We switch to winter tires before the first snow of the season, we top up our windshield washer fluid, and we make sure we have snow brushes and ice scrapers in the car.
Crystal Clear's Blog
Driving in the winter can be scary, especially for newcomers or new drivers who don’t have any experience driving in the snow. It’s easy to lose control of a car on icy roads, especially when your ability to see clearly is reduced when the snow piles up on your window. This happens a lot in some Canadian cities where temperatures can drop to - 30°C but Crystal Clear is here to help!
Whether your fleet is composed by semi-trucks, school buses, public transportation or any other heavy-duty vehicles, your drivers know just how difficult navigating the roads in extreme conditions can be. Between travelling long distances on busy highways and getting people and inventory from point A to point B the last thing your fleet drivers need to worry about is visibility.
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