Rain, snow, or shine, different types of weather can have a big impact on driving safety. This is why it’s extremely critical for new drivers to learn how to drive in all types of weather.
When it’s raining, it’s important to reduce your speed and increase your following distance. You should always assume a wet road is slick, which makes it harder to stop. When it snows, you’ll be safer driving slower and give yourself extra time to brake. In some cases winter weather might require you to add specific tires, or even chains, to maintain control on icy roads. When driving in intense winds, it’s important to be aware of oversized trucks and buses that might veer into you.
West Virginia Driving Conditions Test
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