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Throughout the United States, or even the world, we can encounter poor weather conditions. Driving in these conditions can be very dangerous. When possible, we encourage you to stay off the roads and out of these conditions, but unfortunately we can’t allow poor weather conditions to stop our lives. That is why we are giving you some tips on how to drive in poor weather conditions. And if you find yourself in an accident please visit our collision center in Huntington, West Virginia to get your car fixed.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 1 Defrost

Waking up 5 minutes early to clear of your windows could potentially prevent you from getting into an accident. When using the car heater make sure you turn off the air circulation function and redirect the heat to the windshield to keep the cab from becoming fogged up.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 2 Steady Hands

Steady hands will allow you to steer the car and guide the car in the direction that you want it to go. Jerking the wheel can cause the the tires to loose connection with the road. Keep both hand on the steering wheel at all times.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 3 Smooth Acceleration

Steady acceleration goes along with the same concepts of jerking the steering wheel. The slower that you accelerate in poor weather conditions, the more likely your tires will grip to the road.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 4 Drive in Former Tracks

When driving in bad weather conditions, a lot of times you can see former tracks that cars ahead of you have created. It is encouraged to drive in those tracks, because the less separation your tires have with asphalt the more control you’ll have.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 5 Floor Mat Trick

If you get stuck one of the best tools you can have is your floor mat. Place the floor mat under and near your tire. This will create a great surface for your tire to grip.

How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions: Tip 7 When all Else Fails

When all else fails, release the gas and keep your car going in the right direction. Slamming on your brakes will cause you to lose control of your car. If you feel like you are losing control of your car just release the gas and keep the car pointing in the right direction.

We know accidents happen if you are need a collision center in your life, please visit our collision center in Huntington, West Virginia. Feel free to contact us anytime with any questions.

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How To Drive In Poor Weather Conditions
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