Get a Grip: Wet Weather Driving Tips

You can't predict every hazardous situation down the road, but it's a safe bet you will have to deal with rainy weather. Rain and fog can make it difficult for you to see road signs, obstacles, and other vehicles. On wet roads, you can lose control when wheels spin or lock due to loss of traction.

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Wake Up to the Risk of Drowsy Driving

The press has extensively covered the risks – real and perceived – associated with driving while talking on the phone. There is another major and more widespread impairing condition that has received comparatively little attention: fatigue.

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Freeway Driving Demands Special Skills

Freeways are designed to minimize the risk of collisions. They separate traffic, eliminate intersections, and prohibit pedestrians and slower vehicles. Consequently, there are fewer crashes on freeways. However, the high speeds and heavy volume make freeway accidents more severe.

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