The mercury dropped below freezing this morning, increasing the danger of black ice.
This hidden danger on our roads has proved prove fatal in the past.
The Courier has put together a map of some of the known danger spots where drivers have previously encountered it.
The temperature is forecast to drop below freezing tonight, so now is the time to spread the safety message.
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It's worth noting that it can happen anywhere and this is not a complete list. Do you have any more known danger spots to add to our map? If so, scroll to the bottom of this page and let us know - it could help save lives. But please be as precise as possible so we can find it on our map.
Black ice is invisible and leaves drivers with little option once they lose traction. Freeway overpasses, bridges, low lying and shady areas are particularly prone.
If you hit a patch of black ice, don't pull sharply at the steering wheel or slam on the brakes. Use the engine rather than brakes to slow the car down.
If it's not already on the map, please submit your known black ice danger spots below. Please be as precise as possible so we can find it on the map.
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