1. Lighting control. If visibility is not good, or when snow is falling, you should turn on the front and rear fog lights so that others can find you in time.
2. Always pay attention to pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles. Pay close attention to pedestrians around crossings and corners, especially cyclists and electric vehicles. Their ability to balance and control on snowy roads is worse than that of four-wheeled cars, so in many cases accidents are likely to be Pedestrians or two-wheeled vehicles can't control and hit a motor vehicle, but as long as an accident occurs, no matter who is responsible, it will be very troublesome, especially for pedestrians and non-motor vehicles and motor vehicles. So try to let pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycles go first.
3. Concentrate and pay attention to sudden situations. Since the icy road is quite smooth, you should always pay attention during driving and keep your concentration. Pre-judgment of the road conditions ahead, so that timely measures can be taken to prevent accidents due to inaccurate operation when the event occurs.
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