Health Tip: Drive Slowly on Wet Roads
(HealthDay News) -- Driving on wet, slick roads can be an
accident waiting to happen.
The U.S. National Safety Council suggests how to drive safely in
- Drive carefully and slowly, particularly when coming around a
- In the event of a skid, pump the brakes lightly, rather than
slamming on the brakes.
- Make sure tires are correctly inflated.
- Check the tread to be sure it's in good shape, and replace worn
- Avoid driving in puddles.
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