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Driving in bad weather is something that no one enjoys, but that we have to encounter at times. If you do have to drive through a bad storm or in deep snow, knowing how to drive properly is of the utmost importance to staying safe. Here are a few tips and tricks you should keep in mind to get you through the worst road conditions.

Driving a Regular Car in Bad Weather

The vast majority of people will only ever have to drive a regular car or truck in inclement weather. Most cars these days, especially front-wheel-drive models, are reasonably good on snow, but still need to be driven carefully. If you are driving on snow, ice or even an excessively wet road, there are two basic principles that you need to keep in mind. The first is to slow your vehicle down, and the second is to put more distance between yourself and any vehicles ahead of you. By doing both of these things, you can account for the possibility that your vehicle will slide as you attempt to come to a stop, preventing you from potentially rear-ending someone else...

 

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With more than 180 vehicles, an advanced online tracking system, and 40 years of delivering items safely, Diamond Delivery is one of the leading trucking companies in BC. Throughout the years, we’ve expanded our services to include more than 150 locations in Alberta and BC. Our business has terminals in the Lower Mainland, the Okanagan, and on Vancouver Island, making us a convenient option for local and LTL needs.

At Diamond Delivery, our goal is to deliver your packages on time and ultimately make your day easier. We do this through an advanced network of vehicles and storage solutions. Our fleet currently includes tractor trailers, HIABS, vans, and flat decks, allowing us to transport a variety of cargo. We also provide courier service through our partnership with First Canadian Messenger.....