Driving in Pennsylvania during the winter can sometimes be difficult for motorists in the Keystone State, especially when conditions affecting traction and visibility suddenly develop. The National Safety Council is making an effort to educate drivers on new available technologies designed to help regain traction and reduce accident risks when conditions are hazardous. The non-profit organization is also encouraging drivers to take sensible precautions when heading to their destination during the winter months.
With Thanksgiving almost upon us, Pennsylvania’s roads will be seeing a lot of traffic over the next few days. It is estimated that the Pennsylvania Turnpike, all on its own, will have around 3.7 million cars and trucks travel on it in the time around the Thanksgiving holiday. It is important for all drivers who will be traveling in connection to the Thanksgiving to act responsibly out on the roads.