Winter Driving Course


Winter Driving Course in Regina

In Saskatchewan, it is possible that you could be operating your vehicle for at least five months of the year in winter driving conditions. It’s in this period, from November to March, that most collisions occur.

Snow, ice and freezing rain reduce traction. Drifting and blowing snow, fog, whiteouts, gas exhaust clouds and frosted windows may severely limit visibility.

The main cause of collisions in winter months is failing to adjust to the changing conditions.
With the years of experience, Guru Nanak Driving School teaches how to drive safely in winter conditions.