Lots of Snow the last week of December and a few lucky clients got to join me in sliding around in it. In fact when the snow hit I jumped into my car and drove around. I loved it. It reminds me of growing up in Northern Ontario with Snow halfway up the front door of my mom’s home.

Every winter we would travel to ski hills in the area and drive drive drive.

In time I learned to love the snow and yet be very cautious of other drivers.

News Headlines flood the TV with Ice and Snow Causes 450 Car Crashes! Just search online for Traffic Accidents over the last few weeks. Huge Numbers


Cooper, I am a little hesitant to go driving in these bad conditions.

After a few drives in the snow learning how to measure the traction, no more fear.

Knowledge eliminates fear.

Measuring constantly all the changes in colour and texture of the road surface while we drive is the key secret to managing ugly weather.

I call it the slide 1 to 10 scale.


The car just slide right off the road.

it was black ice and I couldn’t see that it was slippery.

NOT knowing is NOT the answer here.

You must KNOW the traction, the grip that Slide 1 to 10 number long before you SLIDE.

Come learn the expert way to fall in love with super snowy slippery roads.

Come learn how, as one of my clients drove their driving test in the middle of a blizzard and passed just did two days ago.


Yes fear the unknown.

But come and love the known.

Knowing is the answer here.

You must know.

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