Whether you are a professional or a fresh driver, you should be careful while driving in the rainy season; especially during a thunder or monsoons. That’s because these emergent conditions may reduce your visibility andyour control over the car. Following the coming steps, you will be able to reach your home safely without hurting harming yourself, your car, or the pedestrians.
The most essential tip for your safety is to avoid driving during the rain. If you should drive for necessary reasons, try to check your car carefully to make sure that you have valid window cleaner, emergency flares, windshields, car manuals, signals, and lights. During your way, try to choose the safe roads away from the rushing waterand snow not to get stuck in the middle of your way.
While you are driving, be alerted and careful all the time and try to reduce your speed to be able to deal with the holes of water and the turns. You should grip the steering wheel during the turns to control your vehicle. Along the way, it will be safer to let a large distance between you and the nearest car and to observe the nearest cars from the four sides to avoid the crashes. If you have an air-conditioner in the car, you will be able to reduce the effects of the cold weather; thus, get more control over the car.
Make sure that the front and back lights are turned on to increase your invisibility and let you see the pedestrians and livestock passing the road. If the rain is accompanied by lighting, try to park in the nearest rest area, restaurant, or side mall, but make sure that your car is away from the trees and the electric poles.