Drivers face 'serious hazard' this Autumn in safety risk – 'almost as bad as black ice'

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    If this is not possible, they say drivers should always “avoid the edges of the road” as this could be where the situation is at its worst.

    Euro Car Parts said: “Despite making autumn a beautiful time of year, falling leaves can pose a serious hazard for motorists.

    “This is because when wet leaves are crushed by cars, they can turn into mulch and become slippery.

    “Pay extra attention when driving through rural or tree-lined areas and, if possible, try to avoid the edges of the road where leaves are usually more concentrated.”

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