Bad Weather

  • Five Wet Weather Driving Tips in Georgia

    … the rubber on the road. Even at speeds as low as 35 mph, you can lose control. Cutting your speed will help you keep your distance from the vehicle in front of you. It takes longer to stop in wet weather and there is a higher chance of being in a rear-ender accident if the car in front of you stops at an intersection or another place. 5 Respond Properly…

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 10 readers -
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