Rain Driving 101

Driving in the rain can be tough- especially if you are lucky enough to live in a part of the country without much rain. Not only is visibility impacted, but rain can also bring up oil and other fluids trapped in the ground. This can lead to slick roadways and car accidents. However, if you follow a few basic tips, you should be able to avoid many of the common pitfalls associated with driving in the rain.

It is very important to make sure to reduce your speed as much as possible. Typically, you want to go 10 to 15 miles below your normal speed limit. This helps to give you time to slow down if you need to. Your brakes will be less effective in the rain, so the extra time helps.

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