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Techniques to Driving in Rain

pace, while coping with the probability of heavier traffic.

2. The headlights need to be turned on, even in light rain, to see and be seen.

3. Front and rear defoggers must be kept on to keep the windows clear.

4. The crash avoidance space must be increased.

5. It takes longer to stop in the rain, so the pace should be slower than it normally is.

6. Brakes must be applied earlier and with lesser force. The stopping distance between you and your car is thus increased, signaling the car driving behind you to actually slow down.

7. Drivers need to have a sharp lookout in regards to pedestrians. Rain is that time of the year when even the most attentive people can lose their attention span. Distraction to ordinary people can come out of sudden opening of an umbrella. Rushing out of the way to get wet, it is usually harder for people to hear the sound of your approach over the sound of the rain.

8. If the rains are stopping you, from looking at the car or road in front, and in case you are feeling too anxious, make sure you pull over and wait till the rain is down.