Driving advisory - slippery roads
Driving advisory - slippery
Friday, 7 February 2014 -
Waikato Police are warning drivers in the
Coromandel Peninsula area from Waihi North to take extra
care on the roads.
After a the recent dry spell the rain
falling in the area now has made roads
Current high traffic volumes in the area mean
that there is an increased need for drivers to be cautious
and drive to the
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