Tips for driving on slippery roads：
Driving skills on wet roads shared by Auto Parts Exhibition.
Check your tires regularly: always check your tires before you hit the road. Be sure to perform the following routine maintenance operation: that is, keep the proper air pressure on the tires. The vehicle manufacturer specifies the correct air pressure for the tires, which can be found at door edges, door posts, utility bins, or fuel tank openings. This pressure value is also listed in the manual. The number listed on the side of a tyre is not the recommended tyre pressure - it is the maximum pressure allowed on the tyre. You should check tire pressure at least once a month. In addition, check the tread pattern depth, the appropriate tread pattern depth to help prevent skid and puncture.
Slow down: when it rains, dirt and oil mix on the road, making it slippery and reducing the vehicle's braking ability. The best way to avoid skidding is to slow down. Slow driving increases the area of contact between tires and the road, providing more traction.
Driving on slippery roads
How to get out of a skid: even the most cautious driver can slip. If the vehicle skids, Auto Parts Trade Show shares that remember not to press hard on the brake pedal. If your vehicle is equipped with anti-lock braking system (ABS), please do not brake by inching. Instead, press the brake pedal firmly and steadily and turn the steering wheel in the direction of skidding. 35 degrees.
Be prepared for the road: driving on slippery surfaces requires you to gently perform all major control operations (steering, clutch, braking and refueling doors) and be alert to accidents and emergencies ahead. When you are on the road in a rainy day, your shoes may get wet and easily slip off the pedals when you step on them. Dry the sole of the shoe on the carpet or rubber pad of the car before starting the engine. All car drivers should check regularly whether their headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals are working properly.
Avoid braking on wet surfaces: auto accessories show reminds that we avoid braking. Slow down as much as possible by releasing the accelerator pedal. Turn on your headlights even when there isn't much rain. This not only helps you see what's going on on the road, but also helps other drivers see your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with daytime running lights, turn them on so that the car behind you can keep a better distance from you.