3. Check your tires
First, make sure you have tires that are in good condition. The colder weather causes the air in your tires to contract, which can cause them to lose pressure over time. You should check them every month or so during the winter season to make sure they're not too low and causing damage to your car's body. Check your tires before leaving for work every morning; this will ensure that they have enough air pressure as well as being properly inflated for safe driving conditions during rush hour traffic jams caused by snow drifts or fallen trees blocking traffic lanes
4. Keep a good distance
Make sure you have plenty of room between yourself and other cars when traveling on icy roads. If another driver hits a patch of ice, they may lose control of their vehicle and hit yours — so keep some distance between yourself and other vehicles when driving around in colder conditions!
Finally, don't forget about yourself! Make sure you wear appropriate clothing if you plan on going out in freezing temperatures—and don't forget an extra layer for later!