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> Share your snow read here photos with us! Click on "Near Me" in the 9NEWS app or text them to 303-871-1491. Keep up with the latest road conditions here: The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) urged travelers to be aware of chain and traction law codes before heading out on the roadway: Code 18/Commercial Chain Law: Commercial vehicles and trucks must have chains. Vehicles without chains can often lose traction, causing traffic delays and sometimes road closures. For the safety of the traveling public, it's critical to use chains to comply with Colorado's chain law. Code 15/Passenger Traction Law: All passenger vehicles must have appropriate all-weather tires with 3/16-inch depth. Vehicles must have one of the following: winter tires, tires with mud/snow (M+S) designation, chains or alternative traction devices such as an autosock.

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Lowes Petroleum has more than 250 drivers who deliver fuel across the country and Mr Hinton said the drivers are not only committed to delivering fuel safely but also being aware of tank safety during their trips. "We all develop relationships with our customers: from taking responsibility to ensure gates are opened, then closed properly to keep livestock safe to bringing in a few essential items to farms isolated by flood," he said. "We are urging drivers over the holidays to slow down, don't drive fatigued and, if an area is hit with floods, never try to drive through roads covered with water. "It's not the depth that presents the risk, but you could get halfway across and a bank breaks upstream sending a wall of water that could wash your vehicle into the river." READ ALSO: Mr Hinton has an office unlike most and admitted it is an enjoyable career travelling across New South Wales. "There is nothing like being out on the open page road," he said. "The fact we get to deliver to a variety of people, sharing the ups and downs of living in regional Australia: all the while getting a bird's eye view of the country from my cab." Lowes Petroleum's General Manager of Health, Safety and Environment Bernie Morris said the company had been searching for a way to reward drivers for their professionalism. "Every day we are receiving comments from customers and the public to 'stop and go' traffic people about our driver's professionalism and this was the perfect way to acknowledge this," he said. "Often there's a perception that driving on country roads has less risk: that perception is wrong. "As many as 94% of Australians utilise rural roads at least once a year.

https://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/7564176/local-driver-named-award-winner-thanks-to-his-commitment-to-safety/

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