Manage Your Speed and Maintain Control on a Wet Surface

While it may be tempting to drive at high speeds, it is rarely a wise decision. For one thing, you are very likely to lose control of your vehicle at high speeds when you are driving at high speeds on a dry road. The wet road increases the likelihood.

When you are driving on a wet road or you see a thick body of water on the road, you should slow down. Ideally, the best speed to drive at when it is wet is about 5 to 10 miles slower than the speed limit. You also want to avoid speeding up to pass someone because that can cause problems. If you drive with cruise control, it is better to turn it off when on a wet road.

We at Corley's Albuquerque Lincoln are aware of all of the factors that can influence a safe drive. Visit us and we will give you the knowledge and service you need to keep you safe on the road.

 

 

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