Snow is a top cause of car accidents and with predictions of more severe winters in the years ahead, Brits need to be prepared for driving in harsher conditions.
To help the UK’s motorists, we've prepared a winter driving survival guide.
Points include how to tackle going up and down a road on a hill covered in snow, one of the wintry driving conditions most feared by motorists.
Dan Jones, operations manager, said: "Snow and ice are the most dangerous driving conditions that UK drivers face, but most have no idea how to handle it.
"Brits need to face the fact that severe winters are likely to be more common due to climate change, so knowing how to drive in these precarious conditions could be a life saver."
And according to figures, it would appear that some drivers are becoming prepared as figures show about a 30 per cent increase in bookings over the winter months for off-road, skid pan and similar experiences, compared to the summer months.
To help motorists, we're advising drivers of some of the main things to remember when driving in snow:
Dan added: "If some forecasters are correct, then the UK will soon be battered by even worse conditions than normal this winter. Should this be the case drivers need to learn what to do, and quickly."