Tips for Driving In the winter
Drive with your lights on low beam (it is easier to see with low beam in fog)
Make sure your car is prepared for cold temperatures and wintery conditions like snow and ice. Keep your equipment properly maintained and include a winter survival kit in your vehicle: an ice scraper, snow shovel and sand/salt.
Remember that speed limits are meant for dry roads, not roads covered in snow and ice. You should reduce your speed and increase your following distance as road conditions and visibility worsen.
Choose proper tyres and check tyre balance, wheel alignment and pressure. The pressure drops about 1 psi for every 5°C (9°F) drop in temperature and if necessary restores it to levels recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.