DRIVING ON WET ROADS
- To handle foggy windows use the air conditioner to cleanse the air inside the vehicle. If you do not have an air conditioner system, lower your windows to allow air circulation.
- Wet roads give you fewer grips that decrease the ability to drive properly.
- Tip- Increase your braking distance.
- Keep the distance ahead of the car in front of you. The gap also keeps you away from the vehicle’s tire spray, giving you better visibility.
- Bouncy or hasty changes in direction of steering can cause loss of control, especially on rainy mud roads.
- Heavy rain can overload your wiper blades, causing a continuous sheet of water to flow across the screen, causing visibility to be near zero.
- The initial rainfall makes the road very slippery as mud and oil combine with water to form a slippery layer on dry roads. If you take extra precautions for the first half-hour after the rains begin, you may experience loss of control.
- Give your brake paddles some time to dry for your brakes after lightly tapping and driving through standing water.
- If it’s not a flat tyre
- If only the tread section is damaged.
- The damage is not more than 6mm.
- Keep up appropriate pressure in tyres at a suggested level.
- Do not revolve the tyres extremely for a long period.
- Extremely damaged tyres are more prone to experience punctures.
- Check for damages on regular basis.
- Only specifically skilled people must mount tyres. Don’t try to climb your tyres
- Overloading your vehicle can cause severe damages.
- Preserve vehicle suspension & wheel alignment, & balance & rotate your tyres.
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