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Winter driving should still be a top priority despite recent snow melts

Police are reminding drivers to be prepared for winter driving. With the cooler temperatures on the way, police are warning residents to drive according to winter weather conditions. Last year winter, the OPP responded to 33,000 car crashes in Ontario. Meanwhile, this winter alone, police have reported 1,295 winter crashes related to transport trucks. Police are asking that you slow down and make sure to always have a road side emergency kit in your vehicle.

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