Snow and sub-zero temperatures are here in Colorado. We will start seeing normal weather fairly soon, but we all know that driving has been tense here in Colorado.

I consider myself a good driver and I have been white-knuckling it. I have seen two car crashes in person in the past couple of days.

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Colorado's Snow Driving Tips... Or Is It


There are countless driver tips for driving in the snow. We wanted to take a sarcastic approach.

There are some great tips below... If you do the exact opposite.

Coloradans Worst Advice For Driving in the Snow

We asked you on Facebook for some sarcastic humor and you delivered.

This list is satire, so do not follow any of these tips.

Gallery Credit: Tanner Chambers

On A More Serious Note

I see people driving pretty erratically on Colorado roads and highways when snow is out. May I get on my soapbox for a second?
I believe it is critical to remember that when you’re driving you are not only responsible for your safety, but you are also responsible for the safety of others.
You might feel confident on the roads when it is snowing, but it takes one slip-up to endanger yourself and others.

There are over 6,500 car accidents in Colorado annually during snow and dangerous winter weather conditions.
Please try your best to stay safe. Take it slow. Take it easy. You don’t want to run into a bad situation.

Top Tips For Driving in the Snow


Here are the top driving tips from Bowman Law, LLC.

  • Windshield Wiper Fluid
  • Winter Wiper Blades
  • Radiator/ Anti-Freeze
  • Tire Tread
  • Tire Pressure
  • Working Headlights
  • Car Battery

It is shocking to see how many Coloradans are driving around with bald tires. We would recommend using all-season tires.

25 Car Essentials That Every Coloradan Needs

You should have the majority of these items in your car.

Gallery Credit: Tanner Chambers

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