(PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Winter driving has met its match with the newly launched winter driving site http://www.ydwinterdriving.com from the driving experts at Young Drivers of Canada. This new website provides information for both new and experienced drivers that will help them battle the unpredictable winter road conditions safely.
The highlight of this site is an online winter driving course. This course provides users tips on everything from skid prevention and control, what to do if you hit black ice, how to use your ABS brakes properly, how to drive in snow and more. Another valuable aspect of this new site is the variety of winter driving videos available at no cost. Winter driving topics covered include the value of winter tires to a step by step breakdown of what to do if you skid on icy roads.
According to Young Drivers® President Peter Christianson,“The major benefit of this new winter driving site is that all the resources any driver needs on winter driving are now all in one convenient place. Our driving school is the Canadian leader in driver training and this site puts our resources online to help drivers stay collision free!”
The site also includes an online winter driving quiz and winter driving tips. The tips are designed to help drivers prepare for poor winter driving conditions, teach them how to anticipate problems and give them access to defensive driving solutions.
A winter driving social media contest will be launched in January 2014 through this new site for people to share their winter driving experience and win 1 of 12 winter driving lessons.
Young Drivers of Canada (https://www.yd.com) is Canada’s largest driver training organization. Established in 1970, YD has grown to over 140 classrooms nationally and has taught over one million novice drivers. YD is committed to teaching the skills needed to keep drivers safe on the road through its proprietary Collisionfree!™ Approach.
For more information visit Young Drivers winter driving website today.
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