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Driving tips for this morning’s frosty weather | The Courier



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Many people will venture out to their cars this morning to find their windscreens foggy and frosty. Ballarat Highway Patrol’s Sergeant Ross Humphrey reminded people to ensure their windscreens were clear before heading out to work or school drop off. He added that roads could also be frosty, so drivers should slow down and be a little more cautious. In wet weather, it takes a greater distance to brake so it is also important to keep a bit more distance between the car travelling in front to reduce the risk of a collision. Read more: Ballarat freezes overnight in icy conditions If misty and foggy when travelling, switch headlights on to be clearly visible to other road users and avoid a collision. Sergeant…

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