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Driving in heavy snow and thick fog - some advice

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Have to say Chris most people have no real idea of how to dive in the snow.

Last night a guy across the road got stuck. As he tried to sort it out, all that was happening was he was sliding backwards towards my car. His family were trying to push him away from my car.

I went out to offer help. He didnt like the fact that i offered. So he said "ok then clever clogs why dont you show me how to do it. He got out of his car as he said it. So i got in and moved it to the front of his house no problem at all. As i walked away i said, told you not to use so much gas and the right gear.

Have to say Chris most people have no real idea of how to dive in the snow.

lesson 1 MAKE SURE ITS DEEP ENOUGH

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A couple of years ago, I got tired of shuffling gingerly around every time the snow and ice came (although that's not very often in London). So I bought a pair of these most excellent accessories.

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We use these at work for walking deliveries and they are excellent. Not so good for farms and outlying deliveries as you're not supposed to drive in them.

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Have to say Chris most people have no real idea of how to dive in the snow.

lesson 1 MAKE SURE ITS DEEP ENOUGH

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