Removing Snow Off Your Car

No one wants to get hit with a pile of snow on the way to work, the grocery store or anywhere, really.

Our first heavy snow over the weekend serves as a reminder to make sure snow piled up on your car is removed before heading out to tackle your day.

Roads may be clear, but keeping snow on the hood or even your cars roof can be dangerous.

Not only will snow sliding from your roof onto your windshield obstruct your view of the road but it can also go flying onto the car behind you, increasing your chances of an accident.

Snow may not be in the forecast for the rest of our week, but it's sure to come back.

Close to 56,000 people are injured each year due to snow and sleet related accidents, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Removing snow from your car could be a simple step to bringing that number down.