Have you driven on ice or snow this week? Were you involved in an accident? If so, you might be interested to know that, according to this page from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), "thirteen (13) percent" of weather-related crashes "occur on icy pavement and eleven (11) percent...take place on snowy or slushy pavement:"
don't think that summer driving is safer, because "the vast majority of
most weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement and during
rainfall: seventy-five (75) percent on wet pavement and forty-seven (47)
percent during rainfall." So, even though "on freeways, light rain or
snow can reduce average speed by 3 to 13 percent," you may want to
reduce your speed more than 13 percent so you can avoid being in that 75