Reliable Hydroplaning Protection


Driving in inclement weather can pose all sorts of dilemmas to drivers. Hydroplaning is just one of them. If you do a lot of rainy driving, you're more than likely familiar with this intimidating and slippery hazard. Drivers should always learn about what they can to do stop hydroplaning from happening in the first place.

If you don't want to hydroplane, you should drive slowly. Don't drive faster than 35 MPH. Don't forget, either, that vehicles can hydroplane on roads that are just a tad wet. Hydroplaning isn't limited to times of intense rain. You can also often stop hydroplaning from happening by keeping a nice distance. Don't drive too close to other vehicles. Try to assess your tires frequently, too. Tire rotation and inflation can often minimize the chances of hydroplaning.

Stop by Tom Masano Ford Lincoln today to speak to our team members about hydroplaning and what you can do to stop it.
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