How Not To Drive Like An Idiot On Snow And Ice

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This weekend’s snow edition (yes, it’s going to get better) of The Bottom Line:

It’s no secret, at least in Connecticut, that this state has the country’s best drivers on snow and ice.

Who could question a state that, when snow falls, remains so remarkably calm and accident-free, with virtually no traffic tie-ups or slowdowns, and never panics over a forecast or shuts down schools after a mere dusting?

Why can’t all the other snowblower states be like us?
Because they can’t, The Bottom Line has put together some blizzard-inspired guidelines for snowy-winter newbies, visitors to the state and pass-through drivers on their way to New York or a Vermont ski chalet. For the rest of us: A simple, all-knowing, born-in-Connecticut nod. (Next winter, you’ll thank us.)

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