Reduce Your Odds of Hydroplaning

To avoid hydroplaning, it is important that you stay calm and make gradual movements on wet roads. It is also important that you have tires with proper tread depth and pressure. Furthermore, tires should be balanced and rotated regularly for best performance during rainy days when the roads are wet.

Making gradual movements on the road can make it easier for your tires to do their jobs. Ideally, you will reduce your speed during wet conditions even if it means going under the posted speed limit. Maintaining a safe speed may help you stop suddenly if necessary or make a lane change without losing control of your vehicle.

Losing control of your vehicle may be one of the worst experiences a driver can have. However, by taking it to our service center at Tulley Automotive Group, it may be possible to put your car in position to handle any road.

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