A new study has revealed that 71% of drivers could be putting other road users, and themselves, at risk by under-estimating the distance it will take their vehicle to stop in icy conditions.
11% of drivers surveyed said they thought the stopping distance was twice as long in icy weather.
33% thought it was four times as long.
27% thought it should be five times as long.
Just 23% of drivers knew that the actual figure is up to ten...
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