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Four Elms Road
From The East (Sevenoaks)


Height:11'3" - 3.5m
Station Road
From The North
(Oxted)

Height: 14'0" - 4.2m
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Car Safety
What you can do to make driving safer this winter


Before the onset of winter check that your......

  • VEHICLE IS PROPERLY MAINTAINED AND SERVICED
  • TYRES HAVE PLENTY OF TREAD, ARE IN GOOD CONDITION AND INFLATED PROPERLY
  • RADIATOR CONTAINS ANTIFREEZE AT CORRECT CONCENTRATION
  • BATTERY AND CHARGING SYSTEM ARE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION
  • WINDSCREEN WASHER BOTTLE IS FULL AND CONTAINS ANTIFREEZE ADDITIVE
  • WINDSCREEN WIPERS AND WASHERS ARE WORKING PROPERLY
 
Frost snow and ice on the road surface will reduce the grip of tyres; this increases the liklihood of skidding and can mean that it can take 10 times further to stop than on a dry road. The faster you travel the longer it takes to stop. The key to preventing skidding and reducing stopping distances is to slow down, drive carefully and break in plenty of time.
 
If possible avoid driving in wintery conditions but if you do have to make that journey you should ...
 
Leave as bigger gap between you and the vehicle in front as possible
Carry spare bulbs and fuses, together with a warning triangle and shovel
Check all lights are working properly and are clean. Used dipped headlights in poor visibility
Keep a careful watch on other road users
You should not drive with windscreen, side windows or mirrors frozen or steamed up - it is dangerous to drive when you cannot see clearly
Watch out for children playing and other pedrestrians
Avoid harsh acceleration, breaking and steering
Read the road and expect slippery patches, especially black ice
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