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Entry from January 09, 2016
“When you see snow, go slow” (winter driving adage)

Entry in progress—B.P.

Twitter
Perth County Roads
‏@PerthCoRoads
Wind has picked up again and causing some drifting problems.  These drifted areas can be slippery. If you see snow...go slow.
3:26 PM - 11 Feb 2010

Twitter
AM980 TrafficVerified account
‏@London_Traffic
In the immortal words of Sgt Dave Rektor...See snow?  Go slow!  May still have problems on WB 401 near Union Rd b/c of jack-knifed semi
5:48 PM - 25 Feb 2010

Twitter
Amway Canada
‏@AmwayCanada
Say it with me folks, “When you see snow, go slow.” Drive safely everyone—and get your snow tires.
7:19 AM - 6 Dec 2010

Our London
Dec 27, 2012
‘When you see snow ... go slow’: OPP response to slew of accidents
Our London
By Craig Gilbert
London police responded to eight collisions during the Boxing Day snowstorm.
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According to OPP Sgt. David Rektor, it’s the same old story: Drivers can’t control the weather, just how they react to it.

“Motorists continued to drive along at 100-110 km/h during the storm when they should have been doing 60-70 km/h on the highway,” he said. “There is no magic to winter driving. When you see snow … go slow! That’s it!”

YouTube
Be a Safe Winter Driver. See Snow, Go Slow!
Ontario Provincial Police
Published on Jan 23, 2015
A Public Service Announcement video produced by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) with important tips and information about preparing yourself and your vehicle for safe winter driving. The video includes various safety messages from Sergeant Kerry Schmidt, Community Services Coordinator, OPP Highway Safety Division regarding what Ontario drivers need to do to avoid being involved in collisions during the winter months when heavy snowfall can create poor visibility and hazardous driving conditions.

Timmins (Ontario) Today
See snow? Drive slow
Also, please find a safe way home from any celebrations in which you may plan to partake tonight

December 31, 2015 by: TimminsToday.com Staff
NEWS RELEASE
ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE
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SOUTH PORCUPINE – It would appear that winter has made a return to parts of Ontario with the overnight storm that has left in some places wet and slushy roads, while in other parts of the province, there are snow packed roads and treacherous driving conditions that continue to challenge drivers.

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding motorists that the message when it comes to winter driving is simple, “See snow, Go slow”.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityTransportation • Saturday, January 09, 2016 • Permalink