From: Adverse weather conditions and fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States, 1994-2012
Severe weather driving experience and training
Specific adverse weather equipment affecting performance and thus energy transfer (e.g., tire chains)
Transportation infrastructure (e.g., road network) preparedness for adverse weather.
Adverse-weather speed limits
Weather-resilient signage. Road surface preparation (e.g., salt).
Road and bridge design (e.g., drainage capacity)
Ability to perform emergency and evasive maneuvers
Stopping distance. Anti-lock brakes. Vehicle performance characteristics. Safe airbag deployment
Capacity to withstand adverse environmental and injury exposures
Vehicle crash notification system
Transportation planning and traffic flow management to facilitate emergency medical and safety response
Emergency medical service arrival and transport time.
Feasibility of air transport