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Take it easy in snow says IAM

30 November 2010

The IAM (Institute of Advanced Motoring) is offering advice for driving in the snow and ice.

It is best to avoid travelling, if possible, when conditions are bad. If you must go out, check the travel news and stick to main roads, which are more likely to be gritted.

Traffic England has real-time information about the nation's motorways.

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