Oh my God! The snow! What about the windshields? I have places to go! Now! Before you go, PLEASE, make sure you have visibility from front, back, & all windows. What to do?  Below are some unwarranted tips.

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I don't recommend any of the above. I recommend physically clearing off the windshields of front, back, sides, and of course, running your defrost at high on both front and back widows. Never leave your destination, if you feel it's deemed unsafe.


Some of you may enjoy this Winter wonderland. Have at it. Enjoy!

I have places to go, people to see, and would love to get there safely.
Winter is really beautiful. I hope that someday I can enjoy it, like you!

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