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Make Time for Winter - 2012 Highways Agency Campaign

30 October 2012

The 2012 Highways Agency Winter Campaign 'Make Time for Winter,' reminds drivers about the importance of vehicle preparation and driving with care during the winter period. The information is disseminated under two headings:

  • Be prepared  - is your vehicle ready for winter?
     
  • Be informed - have you checked the latest traffic and weather?

Campaign materials are available from the Highways Agency.

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