Driving in the rain can prove hazardous in many ways, despite what many may think. From hydroplaning to unexpected and harrowing accidents, driving in the rain presents many challenges that people don’t always think about.

In order to guard yourself against the possibility of facing a major accident, it is important that you slow down at the onset of rain and turn on your headlights. Doing so will increase your visibility on the road and will give you plenty of time to react in the event that you, or another driver, loses control in the wet weather.

In addition to slowing down comes the additional responsibility of increasing your driving distance between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. By doing so, you’ll increase your chances of having avoided a potentially fatal accident or hydroplaning on the slippery road ahead.

All of these strategies and more can lead to safer and more defensive driving on the road.

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