Assuming that your wreck occurred on public property, an officer has investigated the collision, made findings, assigned fault and provided you with a business card as to where/when/how you can retrieve your report after it has been finalized by the supervising officer. In the past, the report could be ready in three to five days…

1. Clear all windows and lights of snow and ice. 2. Leave plenty of room to stop. (You never know when you’re going to slide or not slide) 3. Go slower! 4. Don’t use cruise control! 5. Don’t pass snow plows and sand trucks. 6. If you get stuck, don’t spin your tires. It will…

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