Maybe you've heard stories about Remington rifles firing on their own, causing serious injury or death. However, you're not sure how seriously to take them. After all, the company claims that the triggers and the guns are safe to use. Maybe you even own one, and you have not had a problem with it thus far.
This winter, you may find yourself behind the wheel in icy conditions. Even if you have experience driving in winter weather, you're sure to realize that you're in a dangerous situation. Safe driving on ice is easier said than done, as you never know exactly what you're up against.
Even if you plan in advance to avoid driving through work zones, you could still find yourself going through one. Doing so takes extra caution, as you want to keep yourself and others as safe as possible.
It's your hope that every truck driver takes their job seriously. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, as there will always be truckers who break the law or push the limit in regard to their approach to the road.
It is already starting to snow in Montana, which means that it is even more important to know how to share the road with large trucks when the roads are slick with snow and ice.
Even if driving conditions are excellent when you leave home, you never know when things will take a turn for the worse. For example, fog could move into the area, thus making it more difficult for you to see the road and other vehicles.