Inclement weather and even something as simple as a rainy day can seriously alter the safety of a road or highway. For these reasons it’s a big deal for new drivers to gain experience driving in every kind of weather condition.
On a rainy day, you will want to drive slower and increase your following distance. You should always assume a wet road is slick, which makes it harder to stop. When it snows, it’s important to keep your speed down so you have more time to apply the brakes. You might also need to add specific winter tires to maintain control on snow covered roads. And in high winds, it’s important to be aware of large trucks and buses that might veer into you.
Tennessee Driving Conditions Test
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