Driving safely on wet roads
- Always drive with two hands to stay in control.
- Slow down: tires will have better traction and contact with the road.
- Increase your distance from other cars significantly.
- Stay vigilant of other drivers and dangers in your surroundings. Anticipate dangerous situations rather than waiting to react to them.
- Before turning: only brake in a straight line before the turn, and do so gradually. Do not brake during the turn as this can make you slip.
- While turning: slow down before turning, and maintain a consistent speed throughout the turn.
- While turning: don’t make any sudden steering wheel movements.
- Inspect your tires monthly: make sure that your tires have the proper amount of tread and tire pressure.
- Choose tires that offer maximum grip in wet weather.