Pro Installer December 2015 - Issue 33 ISSUE 33 | DECEMBER 2015 FREE » 02 Fensa Bank Scam » 08 Inadequate Insurance Cover? » 20 Be Early For The FIT Show » 31 Aluminium Success Be prepared this winter Driving in winter can be made much safer by being prepared, and adapting to road conditions. Snow, ice, high winds, mist and fog, heavy rain - winter can bring all kinds of severe weather. These present different challenges both for keeping the road network open and for those driving through the difficult conditions. In severe and wintry weather it’s even more important to plan your journey. The Highways England provides up to the minute traffic reports for its network of 4,300 miles of motorways and major A roads across England and is a good first place to start. But you too can take steps ahead of winter so you will be able to drive safe, avoid breaking down and help reduce the risk of disruption. It’s ever more important than you can see and be seen, have tyres that grip the road and to be able to start your van in the cold and damp. The CYT make it easy for young people to get into construction. P45. Many garages offer a quick, pre-winter check-up for your car. • See and be seen: check windscreen wipers and washers, window demisters, and all lights are working correctly • Grip the road: check tyre condition and tread depth • Starting in the cold and damp: check battery condition and anti-freeze Continues on page 2 WE’RE GROWING Top Tips - Social Media for All. P35. Get prepared AND WE NEED TALENTED PEOPLE TO JOIN US Find out how on page 5