Most people who travel during the winter know that extra precautions are needed before hitting the road. Winter weather can change in an instant, so you must always be prepared for rain, snow, sleet, ice, and fog. Be sure to check the weather forecasts and road conditions along your route and at your destination. Also, let others know your route and time schedule; contact them if you must deviate from that route.
To help you stay safe on your winter travels, we have compiled a list of items you should always carry in your vehicle in the event of an emergency or inclement weather.
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Colin Abbott said:
A few years ago my wife and I decided to travel across Canada in the winter months, we started off in Eastern Ontario, heading north west through Ontario, then south onto the red coat trail, across the prairie’s, yes we had snow and ice but with Michelin Ice tires all the way around on our Road Trec we had not problems, we then took the Crows nest pass, then through Hope and around Vancouver, onto Vancouver island, eventually taking the ferry from Port Hardy to the QueenCharlotte Islands, than back to Prince Rupert, taking the highway of tears, then onto the Icefield road, then across the middle of the prairie’s, and eventually home, th3 whole trip lasted over three months and was one of our best ever winter trips, one we will do again, we can recommend this trip to anyone looking for a different winter vacation.
Colin and Caroline Abbott.
Sounds like you had a great time. Thanks for sharing your adventure!
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