Tips for Motoristsâ€¢Drive only if it is absolutely necessary.â€¢If you must drive, drive cautiously and maintain safe speeds and distances from other vehicles.â€¢Be aware of hazardous road conditions, particularly black ice which can be deceptive in appearance and give the driver a false sense of security on the road.â€¢Give yourself plenty of time to get where you are going. â€¢Keep a safe distance from emergency and snow vehicles and please use caution when attempting to pass a snowplow. Give the drivers plenty of room to safely do their jobs.* Give yourself extra stopping time when braking.â€¢Clear all the snow and ice from your vehicle’s hood, roof, windows and lights before driving.â€¢Keep your gas tank full.â€¢Drive carefully on bridges, ramps and other elevated structures, which can freeze before the roadway.â€¢Have an emergency kit in your car. Winter Storm Tips for Pedestriansâ€¢Dress properly for the weather, including a hat, scarf, coat, gloves, socks and water-resistant shoes or boots.â€¢When walking at night, wear outer clothing that contrasts with the white snow.â€¢Walk slowly and carefully.â€¢When walking during the day, wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from glare.â€¢Give yourself plenty of time to get where you are going.