I just drove home from my daughter’s house. It’s a 2 hour drive. I left early because we heard it was going to be bad weather. I really don’t like driving on snowy highways. The road was slippery but not snow covered until one area. The visibility was very poor and because the snow was deep everyone was driving in the middle lane of a three-lane highway. We were all driving very slowly. I don’t know why there were no snow plows along that part. The snow plows were out earlier in the drive where there was much less snow.
There were a couple of accidents along the way too. Some people were driving too fast for the conditions. In both cases one vehicle was facing backward so it appears it spun out of control. It’s not just me I’m concerned about but the other drivers who seem to be oblivious of the danger.
One time we were driving home to my parents’ place for Christmas in a horrible snow storm. They lived in the “snow belt” and the visibility and snow drifts were horrendous. Even the snow plows stopped and they closed the highway about a half hour away from home. My husband and I had driven for one and a half hours and did not want to stop when we were so close to home so we carried on. A half hour drive ended up being two hours that day. We couldn’t even see if we were on the road. It was completely white. My husband had to stick his head out the window. It was terrifying!
What scares you?