2. Sleep On It
If you know you’re going to be driving through hazardous winter conditions, you should consider getting a good night’s sleep before you hit the road. It seems obvious, but the more fatigued you are, the greater the chances that you’ll make mistakes. When you’re going to be navigating a snowstorm, the chances for errors are increased to begin with, so you may as well get as much rest as possible just to stay on the safe side.