Ice is a rather miraculous form of water. It can create great beauty, entice us with its mystery, or cause us great danger.
Traffic accidents, falls, icicles falling off of buildings and roofs not only can injure, they can kill you. Frozen pipes can cost a fortune. Snow and ice removal costs industry and municipalities millions each winter.
Driving in snow is one thing. Driving on ice is quite another. Ice alters one’s ability to stop or go. It doesn’t matter what you drive if you are driving on ice. The moral of the story is, don’t drive on ice.