Which of the following statements about ice and snow is FALSE?
You must slow down when you drive on snow or especially ice. Even with four-wheel drive, it's unsafe to drive at normal speeds under such conditions. Asphalt roads are susceptible to the formation of black ice, a thin and extremely slippery layer of ice that is hard to spot on the road's surface. Also be aware that some areas, such as ramps and bridges, may freeze before others. [Special Attention for Driving on Snow/Ice, D. Driving in Inclement Weather, Section V - Driving Situations and Conditions, Maryland Driver's Manual]