Rules to play Snow Sledding
Dress to Be Noticed
Be sure your kids are clad in bright colors and or reflective materials before they head out in the snow Research out of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh found pedestrians are three times more likely to be struck and killed by cars in the weeks after the fall time change, as drivers and walkers struggle to adapt to the changing light. Similarly, slippery roads and glaring snow or midwinter gloom can cause driving problems too. Choose bright outer gear (white is not a good option) with reflective graphics on the front and back, shoes with reflective features, and or place reflective tape on their clothing to ensure theyre seen in all weather conditions.