Directives of Driving in Rain - All Sydney Tow Truck

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Directives of Driving in Rain - All Sydney Tow Truck

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All Sydney Tow Truck not only provides you with tow truck service in Sydney, but it also imparts the information on how you can drive safely and avoid the need for tow trucks pulling your car. Moreover, we are the only ones to provide the cheap towing service in Sydney while not compromising on the quality.

Driving in the rain seems a fun and exciting thing to do, but in actual it's really tough and stressful. It is dangerous to drive in rain because it reduces your visibility, and the roads become slippery, which causes the tyres to lose traction. That's why we have put together a guide to driving safely in wet weather.

Following these key pointers will help you stay safe if you find rain scary when you are on the road, and even if you are confident enough driving in the rain, have a read through, and check if you are driving as safely as you could be.

Slow down

When the roads are wet and slick, the stopping distance is greatly increased and so does the risk of a skid. Therefore, the best practice is to slow down to around 10 mph below the speed limit and maintain an adequate distance from the vehicle ahead.

Turn on the headlights

Turn on the headlights even if it's the day time. It will help you see the road better and will also make your vehicle more visible to other drivers.

Be more cautious with braking

There are high chances of sliding on the road if you apply the brakes too quickly as the roads are wet and slippery. There's also a chance that the water gets into your brakes and make them lose their stopping power. Therefore, slamming your brakes is not a good idea, apply them gently.

Never use cruise control

Cruise control is pretty helpful when the roads are dry, but it can be extremely dangerous when it's raining. Since cruise control allows you to maintain a constant speed, it greatly increases the chances of hydroplaning, as it is not smart enough to detect when there's water on the road. It is best to keep your car under full manual control when driving in the rain.

Pull over

When the rain is torrential, and the visibility becomes too poor to drive, it is always preferable to pull over on the side of the road at a safe place until the weather conditions improve. Don't forget to turn on your hazard lights while doing so.

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