When the visibility is low - DRIVE SLOW
- Check the car lights, tires, windshield wipers before starting your trip and make sure that the batteries have not dried out. Regular maintenance of cars often increases chances of survival in case of low visibility conditions.
- Chances of skidding are extremely high in rainy weather which often impacts the braking time of vehicles. Drive slower, turn your headlights on( it's the law),avoid sudden braking, and maintain a good distance from the vehicle in front of you.
- Always keep a dry cellulose cloth with you while going out for a spin. They come handy in case the windscreen washer fails.
- Control your speed and avoid being reckless. Even if you consider yourself to be a jack of all trades, multitasking behind the wheel in case of low visibility conditions can have unpleasant consequences. Following traffic rules and safety protocols is of paramount importance in low visibility conditions. Stay aware and reduce your chances of road accidents. Safety First is one of the most renowned driving schools in Thousand Oaks California. Get in touch with them to know more about safety protocols.
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