Get rid of wet snow
You should remove wet snow from the roof, windows and bonnet of your car even if you are not heading out for a drive. Should it freeze the following day, the snow will create a frozen layer on top of the car. Or, if you head out without cleaning the car first, the snowload will fall off once you hit the motorway, if not sooner.
The fastest way to deal with this would be to just step in the car, start the engine and allow the car’s own wipers to clear the windscreen and the rear window – but stop and think first! Firstly, the load of the heavy wet snow can be too great for the motor and joints of the wipers, meaning you may end up damaging your car. And if you are heading to the motorway, the snow will surely fly off by the time you hit speeds of 100km/h. However, this can temporarily block your own vision or that of the person driving behind you, as the snowload suddenly flies off the car.
That is why it is best to clean off the snow before heading out. A Kungs wiper comes in handy in addition to a snow brush, if the snow is wet. The Aqua-away wiper is a great tool for cleaning large window surfaces as well as the roof and bonnet. The two-in-one Aqua-is scraper/wiper can loosen frozen bits in addition to slush. The Quick wiper is made for smaller side mirrors. Do not forget to clean your headlights, too!