After a deadly weekend, the Minnesota State Patrol is offering reminders for driving on winter roads. “It’s about a week transition from summer months into the cold weather driving,” said Sgt. Ruben Marichalar. “Unfortunately, Mother Nature was not that nice to us this year.” Six people were killed in car accidents on icy roads this past weekend. Saturday marked the deadliest day on Minnesota roads since July 4.
They’re supposed to be the ones you call when you need help on the roads. But since the beginning of this year, more than a dozen state troopers have become victims. Lt. Eric Roeske with State Patrol said it’s become a bit of a common thing over the past month.
The closer we get to spring, the harder it is to deal with a snowy commute into work. Such was the case Monday morning.
Light snow and gusty northwest winds have created dangerous driving conditions throughout west central Minnesota.
Winter driving in Minnesota can be a challenging and daunting task. There were 180 crashes statewide from the overnight and morning snowfall on Friday.
MnDOT officials say they are ready for the freezing rain and two to four inches of snow expected to fall between Friday night and late Saturday in the metro area. They want drivers to be prepared for the conditions by practicing safe winter driving habits.
This weekend’s snow was a rude awakening for many drivers. And lots of people will find themselves in body shops in the coming days.
Who do you think are better drivers — men or women? A new study says that when the snow flies, some men get into trouble.
With snow forecast for parts of Minnesota this weekend, MnDOT is urging drivers to be patient and drive according to road conditions.
A lot of us have been there: Driving in a snowstorm, when a giant SUV goes screaming by on the road. Then a couple miles later, it ends up in a ditch. So, during winter driving conditions, which is more likely to end up in the ditch: an SUV or a car? Which is safer?
All over the state, drivers are getting into more accidents than usual, given many roads were cleared over the weekend.
Authorities in northern Wisconsin have released the names of the two drivers killed this weekend in a snow-related collision.