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Joe learned the hard way that drivers consistently underestimate the space needed by a plow, and the danger of getting too close. So he provides us with tersely worded advice that seems obvious but is often ignored.
“Everybody is in a hurry, but if you get impatient and try to pass me, my plow blade could end up impaling your car, and you’ll be to blame for it.”
When drivers see an angled line of snowplows across all lanes, Joe says to avoid the temptation to weave in and out of them. The blade makes it hard for plow drivers to see cars that are close, increasing chances something bad could happen.
Here’s his No. 1 tip for non-drivers: If you shovel snow from your driveway onto the road, Joe guarantees that the next plow that comes along will push it back into your windrow, where it’ll be twice as hard to shovel later on.
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