Hi, I'm going to be doing a trip to Scotland in December, and we are planning on spending a few nights in the highlands (we're thinking Glencoe), leaving from Glasgow. Obviously driving would be the ideal way to get there so we can enjoy the scenic route and stop at our leisure, but what would the road conditions be like in December? I've heard mixed things from the climate reports etc I've looked at. Would we be better off just taking a train, or maybe a bus (for someone who has no experience driving on the left side of the road, or in the snow)? Any info and advice would be greatly appreciated!
Driving in Scotland in December?
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