Different weather conditions can have a big impact on driving safety. For these reasons it’s a big deal for younger drivers to gain experience driving in every kind of weather condition.
On a rainy day, it’s important to reduce your speed and increase your following distance. A wet road is a slippery road, and it can be harder to stop or turn quickly. In snowy weather, you’ll want to drive more slowly so you have more time to apply the brakes. You might also need to add specific tires, or even chains, to get traction on snow covered roads. And in high wind areas, it’s important to be aware of big trucks and buses that may be pushed into your lane.
Wisconsin Driving Conditions Test
See how well you understand how to drive in the weather conditions in Wisconsin. Press start to begin.
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