For a lot of us, the cold months represent a lot of work—we have to deal with ice, snow, and sleet. Not to mention, weather-related accidents are likely to happen during the cold months. A great deal of car crashes in the country occur because of conditions like rain, sleet, snow, fog, ice, and wet pavements.
While one would think that ice and snow are the most dangerous driving hazards during winter, reports show that weather-related accidents are likely to occur during rainfall or on wet pavements. That is why vehicle owners are advised to work on getting all repairs done before the first fall of snow.