Inclement weather and even something as simple as a rainy day can drastically change driving conditions and you and your passengers’ safety. This is why it’s extremely critical for younger drivers to figure out the correct techniques to drive safely in all types of weather.
When it’s raining, you should slow down and allow for more distance between you and the car in front of you. You should always assume a wet road is slick, which makes it harder to stop. When driving in snowy conditions, it’s important to keep your speed down so it’s easier to stop. You might also need to add specific tires to maintain control on snow covered roads. When driving in intense wind areas, you need to keep an eye out for large trucks and buses that may be pushed into your lane.
Louisiana Driving Conditions Test
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