Winter comes early in Wisconsin — and when it does, road conditions can quickly deteriorate. According to statistics from the National Weather Service, over the last 30 years, the normal seasonal snowfall over the entire state has averaged more than 40 inches. Some parts of the state regularly receive well over a hundred inches of snow in a season.
Meeting these challenging winter conditions on the road takes skill, experience, and attentiveness. Unfortunately, each winter, many Wisconsin drivers come up short, causing thousands of automobile accidents on the state’s roads.