This may come in handy on the Monday morning commute

Based on what I have seen so far this winter, many of you could use these pointers!

To say that winter driving in Maine is an experience like no other would be understating it. Even after years of driving, I still get nervous just driving from the studio here in Brewer, to the west side of Bangor, when there is significant snowfall on the roads. When you factor in navigating the interstate, it's twice as terrifying.

So far, Mother Nature has been kind to us for the most part (minus the annoying power outage storm), but we all know that will change.

With the possibility of some significant snow coming on Sunday, it could make for some intense driving conditions out on the roads, so how about a refresher course on how to navigate the crappy roads? Based on what I see out there, I think many of us could learn a thing or two.

A YouTube user from Maine, who goes by the name of "Life The Wild Ride" turns on the dash cam, and talks you through the process of what to look for when you are behind the wheel during a storm. For instance, he points out that if you take your time, and leave early, you should be fine. He does point out to watch out for the other drivers that "think they are invincible and drive like idiots".

Anyone who has ever attempted to drive an automobile in this state during crappy weather already knows all this stuff, but with another round of the white stuff possibly coming our way this weekend, the threat is always lurking, so it couldn't hurt to heed his advice.

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