It’s that time of year again. There are beginning to be piles of leaves on the roads, and the decaying organic matter is getting slippery. Slipper means car accidents. I felt it while driving home tonight, as my traction control came on briefly. Drivers (and bicyclists) beware! Remember to slow down in time to allow you to stop. Also, remember that fog on your windows may not go away until you squeegee it off. Carry a window squeegee-swiper in your car before you pull out of your driveway and find out that you actually can’t see three feet in front of you! And if something does happen, follow the instructions in case of car accident, do the right thing, and then come in to see me.