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Falling leaves are nice to look at, but watch out!

Les feuilles mortes se ramassent à la pelle ... Les souvenirs et les regrets aussi ... Et le vent du nord les emporte ... Dans la nuit froide de l'oubli.

The song written by the French poet Jacques Prévert and interpreted by Yves Montand remind us: autumn leaves are beautiful and nice to look at, but the wet leaves can make surfaces slippery—both for people and vehicles. This makes starts and stops difficult and it can also lead to slips and falls. Leaves can also hide road markings, branches and rocks.

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