Driving in the summer and winter.
Throughout the year, safe driving should always be a top priority. Especially when dealing with increased traffic. It can get overwhelming out there, so try to stay calm. Drive at a safe speed and be courteous to other drivers. Speeding, tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic and not yielding the right-of-way can lead to collisions. Driving can be a dangerous matter. If you are not cautious unnecessary wrecks can be caused. There are four types of seasons, but two which are require different focuses for concentration. I am going to compare and contrast driving in winter and summer. This will facilitate you to become a better and much safer driver.
The best recommendation I can give you when it comes to driving in bad winter weather would to be doing drive at all unless it is an absolutely necessary. But if you must drive in snowy conditions, make sure your car is equipped, and that you know how to handle icy or snowy road conditions. Be particularly careful on bridges, overpasses and infrequently traveled roads, which will freeze first. Even at temperatures above freezing, if the conditions are wet, you might encounter ice in shady areas or on exposed roadways like bridges. Decrease your speed and leave yourself plenty of room to stop. You should allow at least three times more space than usual between you and the car in front of you.
Sizzling summer days also hold terrorization. When it's hot, fluids and lubricants can break down more rapidly, tires are subject to more stress and a vehicle suffers more wear and tear. As you head out on the roads and highways this summer, here are a few tips to keep in mind to keep you and your family safe. In weather extremes like these, it's more important than ever to have your car serviced regularly and to use common sense on the road. Your vehicle's cooling system is its main defense against overheating and breaking down on hot summer days. So while having your hoses inspected,...
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