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Aggresive Driving

We can't predict the weather, but we would be able to foresee fairly common situations when an adverse climate present in the meantime we are driving. Being careful and responsible for your passengers and changing driving habits will be the best way to minimize accidents and effects so that it could be caused when weather conditions turn bad.

The roads become wet and slippery, in countries where rains fall often. It combined with dust, fuel and soot from other vehicles, can cause a sliding car which is so dangerous. Heavy rain situations could cause that you lose the control over braking or steering.

Ice over roads is a deadly trap. It is not visible easily because they form a pool that turns into black ice. Be careful because vehicles would convert like the people on a skating rink. The first fall of snow is dangerous too, even more the roads haven't yet been gritted.

Usually fog is unexpected and can result very dangerous, creating hazardous driving conditions. Common sense will be our only ally to confront and to drive trouble-free when we confront fog.

Driving night is three times more risk than driving during the day. The vision is severely limited, the depth perception, the color recognition and peripheral vision are also diminished. For this reasons long journeys must be avoided but if this is not possible take a rest always you can or designate a co-pilot if you plan this kind of travel.

Weather conditions and recommendations:

Driving in Fog
Night Driving
Driving in Rainy Weather
Driving in Winter Weather
Considerations you must follow when you are driving in foggy environments.
 Night Driving
There are various risks when driving at night, follow our recommendations.
 Rainy Weather
Learn how to keep the safety of your passengers when driving in rainy weather.
 Winter Weather
Considerations when you have to drive in extreme conditions such as winter weather.