- 1. Check the condition of your tire
- 2. Slow down and be careful
- 3. Avoid sharp brakes and sudden sharp turns
- 4. If possible, calm down
- 5. When spinning, use both feet
1. Check the condition of your tire
Check your tire, make sure you do not get out of the rain driving with flat tires as the ropes should help distribute the water around the tire to pull. Also, don’t forget to make sure your tires are properly inflated by the recommended PSI manufacturers.
2. Slow down and be careful
if the roads are wet If you drive too fast, it is even harder for your tires to disperse the water evenly. As often as possible, keep an eye out for lakes and stagnant water that may cause your tires to lose their grip on the road, and avoid driving on outdoor roads where the water often accumulates.
3. Avoid sharp brakes and sudden sharp turns
This works with tip # 2, speeding can cause you to brake hard which can cause your tires to become stuck and exhausted. Sudden sharp turns can also lead to sudden loss of drag.
4. If possible, calm down
It is important that you stay calm on the road, because sometimes no matter what you do or how many safety precautions you take you can be a victim of Hydroplaning. In that case, turn on the slide to maintain control, once again you have had a slight movement of direction but not too much to avoid fishing and turning uncontrollably.
5. When spinning, use both feet
If you can’t stop the spin the best thing you can do is direct the slide and then tap on both the brake and clutch pedal to try to stop the car from fully stopped. However, be careful, if the car is about to lose its grip (usually in the event of a collision) and stick to tip # 4 try re-grabbing with a smooth and smooth adjustment.
6. Bonus Tip
Try using Pertua Oil and Metal treatment for your car, which is designed to reduce friction in your engine providing better performance, fuel distance, and longer engine life. Keep your engine running at the right level no matter what the driving situation. “The term hydroplaning is often used to refer to the sliding or sliding of a car in a wet area. Hydroplaning occurs when the tire comes in contact with more water than it can propagate.