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In Leah's previous post, she mentions clearing snow fully from your vehicle in order to gain better visitbility. In doing so, it also makes sense to do so in such a way you do not dump this snow under your wheels. I used to use a push broom and stand on the driver's side and push the snow onto the grass between the curb and sidewalk - if that is available to you.
If you know icy weather is coming, an old trick is to take some pieces of old carpeting and place it on the front and rear windshields. This keeps the ice from sticking there. By removing the carpeting, the ice is also removed. You can shake/beat out the ice or have it melt during the day.
In addition, you may need to carry brushes or scrapers to continue this process if it is still snowing during your trip. Further, be sure to remove all traces of snow/dirt from side windows, mirrors, and lights. Headlights, front/rear turn signals, and sidelights should be cleared frequently. Don't forget the side marker lights and license plate and it's rear lamp.
Again, be sure to bring along some old towels/cloths to continue this process as each time you are splashed, dirt, salt, and other debris will continue to coat windows/lighting.
Hope this helps! Stay safe out there,