As snow continues to fall across the province, it seems that some Ontario drivers have forgotten how to use their winter tires.
Environment Canada is currently warning of heavy snowfall that is expected to last until Wednesday.
Due to this, the weather agency is reminding drivers to be prepared for some pretty treacherous conditions.
However, it seems that some drivers have forgotten exactly what winter driving entails.
⚠️ In case you missed our earlier reminders...CLEAR OFF YOUR VEHICLE AND WINDOWS #ldnont! ❄🚘 An officer just stoppe… https://t.co/EGuC2HCrHs— London Police Service ON (@London Police Service ON) 1606830728
Throughout Tuesday, multiple police units took to social media to warn residents to slow down and drive carefully.
LPS officers have been busy this morning responding to collisions throughout the city. While we've cleared from a n… https://t.co/YTIuE0LT2z— London Police Service ON (@London Police Service ON) 1606836182
Despite this, London police even stated that their unit had their hands full this morning due to multiple accidents.
Police also reported that multiple drivers were using the roads with uncleared windshields.
Just remember, if YOU #SeeSnowGoSlow. #OPP reminding drivers to #Slowdown and drive according to the weather condi… https://t.co/POAVNdbqwy— OPP West Region (@OPP West Region) 1606831844
The violation, which could land you a $110 fine, was reported twice by London police.
Shortly after the first, the officer found another one. Believe it or not...we have seen many cars similar to this… https://t.co/9PnO42wNoF— London Police Service ON (@London Police Service ON) 1606831310
Others were also caught driving double the speed limit, despite the dangerous weather.
The wet, snow covered roads didn’t stop this driver from going over twice the posted speed limit in Mansfield’s… https://t.co/vx53YOLuOV— OPP Central Region (@OPP Central Region) 1606849287