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Prepare for winter driving with BBC Radio Norfolk
Tim Sparrow
By Tim Sparrow
Travel presenter, BBC Norfolk

Winter in Mulbarton by Susan Stirling
Snowy conditions make driving on Norfolk's roads very difficult

BBC Radio Norfolk is examining just how difficult driving on icy roads can be as winter approaches.

From Monday, 1 November 2010, Chris Goreham at Breakfast will look at how drivers can stay safe as conditions on the county's roads worsen.

We will find out what happens in the aftermath of car accidents and take part in Norfolk County Council driver development days.

The AA will also have advice on how to keep your car running in the cold.

After the heavy snowfall across Norfolk last winter, it is more important than ever for motorists to be prepared should the weather start to deteriorate.

Norfolk Police and Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service will be offering their insights during the course of the week, telling drivers and riders about the work they do on the roads during the winter months.

To find out more, listen to Chris Goreham at Breakfast on BBC Radio Norfolk, from Monday, 1 November to Friday, 5 November 2010, starting at 6.30am.

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