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Black ice can be seen, but only if you are looking for it.
But, even if Smirnoff Black Ice isn't as successful as is sister product, it will help maintain some its momentum.
He said: "We are working around the clock trying to treat the main roads because conditions are very slippy because of the black ice.
All three had also skidded on black ice in separate accidents.
Despite a courageous effort from the uneasy original favourite Milldean Buster (2-1 from 5-4), who got to within two and a half lengths of the winner after totally missing his break, Black Ice Boss was not for catching and threw a quick 23.94sec into the bargain.
I lost control of a car on black ice and skidded off the road.
Well, black ice is one thing and black people quite another.
Nevertheless, black ice is also relatively rare in the UK and is often an excuse used by drivers who are following the vehicle ahead much too closely.
Health chiefs in Birmingham have issued a warning about the dangers of slipping on black ice as the cold weather continues across the country.
Car driver Neil Potts, 36, from Innerleithen in the Scottish borders, died after a crash in which two vehicles skidded on black ice on the A6094 near Edinburgh.
The Teesside lads' tribute band to Highway to Hell rockers AC/DC, Black Ice, recently featured on the Channel 4 game show, fronted by comedian Richard Ayoade.
Who remembers December 14, 2012, when it was so icy people had to cross the road on their hands and knees I remember crawling across New Hey Road which was covered from pavement to pavement in black ice on the way to work.