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Prepare Your Vehicle
To decrease the risk of breakdowns, skids and other cold-weather difficulties, check the following components to make sure they're in good working order. You might want to take your vehicle to a professional to go through the checklist.
Before braving storms in your vehicle, put together an emergency kit:
Use Caution When Driving
Stopping on a wet surface can take four times the distance as on a dry road.** When driving on wet leaves, ice or snow, reduce your speed. Allow additional space between you and the vehicle ahead.
Use your Subaru 4-channel/4-sensor ABS correctly: Step down hard and don't let up. Never pump anti-lock brakes.
Even Subaru Symmetrical AWD cannot improve your braking ability on slippery roads.
Most importantly, always wear your seatbelt. Seatbelts are the best way to reduce serious injuries in accidents and save an estimated 9,500 lives each year.***
This article is reprinted with permission from Liberty Mutual Group.
* Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency.
** Source: Tire Industry Safety Council.
*** Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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