Most drivers panic when the roads are wet, so these driving safety tips should help you keep better control of your car when the rain starts falling.

Make it a habit to start increasing the distance between cars when the roads are wet. Regardless of the tires on your vehicle, they need more time to bring the car to a complete stop when the road is wet.

At any moment on the road, your vehicle could slide because of the slick surface. The most common reaction is to hit the brakes, but this can actually make things worse. The minute that you feel the car is losing grip with the road avoid braking and instead start to turn the steering wheel in the direction of the slide to correct the issue.

Be sure you come to visit us at Diffee Lincoln so we can inspect the treads on the tires more often.



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