In rainy days, many vehicles are often seen to speed up when they pass by. At this time, the water on the roadside will become a huge splash of water on the pedestrian.
It is convenient and convenient for people. When there are pedestrians on the roadside, the speed should be reduced.
4, too close to the car
Rainy days follow the front car, rain hits the windshield, even if the wiper still will greatly block the driver's sight. Moreover, when an emergency brake occurs in the front vehicle, the driver may not be able to respond in time and the braking distance is lengthened, resulting in a brake that is not enough to cause a traffic accident.
When driving in rainy weather, keep at least twice the distance between the vehicle and the vehicle in front, and reduce the speed. Always pay attention to the driving situation of the preceding car, in order to prepare for various emergency measures in advance, try to avoid the sudden braking caused the vehicle to run out of control.
5, rush through the watershed area
Many drivers immediately rush to the area when they encounter an unknown area of water, but most cars have a wading ability, and when they do not know the depth of the water, acceleration may cause damage to the vehicle.
It is best to bypass the area where there is unknown water. It is impossible to get around and check the depth of the water. It is best to observe the passing condition of the preceding vehicle. After determining the condition of the water surface, the throttle is kept at a low speed. After leaving the wading area, continue to drive at a lower speed for a while, lightly press the brakes to dry the brake discs and brake pads, and restore the braking capacity as soon as possible.
Driving is for travel convenience,
Never use your own life safety as a price,
The risk of driving in typhoon and rainy days is extremely high,
I hope all car friends can remember: safety first!xx