How to Avoid Hydroplaning When Driving

When you're driving on a rainy day, there is a risk of hydroplaning. Heavy rain allows water to build up on the road. When there is too much water in front of your tires, they lose contact with the road, resulting in hydroplaning.

You can reduce your risk of hydroplaning by slowing down during periods of heavy rain. Avoid driving on roads that are covered in water. Checking your tire tread, rotating your tires and replacing tires that are unevenly or excessively worn also helps to prevent hydroplaning.

At Sheehy Ford of Warrenton, we offer all of the services that you need for maintaining a safe car. If you have hydroplaned and need to have your car checked out, we are here to help. Our technicians invite you to come in any time for an inspection or service.

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