Weather in the winter can cause several issues. You may drive into snow, sleet, rain, and icy conditions. No matter where or when you drive, make sure to be aware of the weather conditions so you know what you might be driving in or into. You will also want to check the road conditions to see how they look. If things are less than ideal, make sure to slow down and take your time. Driving at a speed you feel comfortable at will help prevent an accident. Make sure to keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. This allows you enough time to react incase the vehicle in front of you slams on the brakes.
Having a new set of windshield wipers on the vehicle will help clear away any precipitation that might be there. This allows you to see clearly, and around you properly. If there is an issue with the wipers, it may leave streak and smear marks. This will then impair your visibility so you will not be able to see as well as you should. When there is a problem with the wipers, make sure that you replace them as soon as possible. Also check the rear wiper if your vehicle has one. It is not used as often as the windshield wiper, but it is still important to replace.
Lastly you will want to check the headlights and taillights of your vehicle. You will be able to see the road better, and those around you will be able to see you. Without the lights on, you greatly increase the chance for an accident. If you are ever in doubt if the lights should be on, make sure to turn them on. Having a safe and reliable vehicle is important to you, your passengers, and those around you.