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A Presentation by Tires By Web
 Winter may have finally come to a
much awaited end, but it is crucial
to remember that snow is only one
of the dangers M...
 When inclement conditions
begin, ensure that your vision
extends to several car lengths
ahead.
 Always check to see if ...
 Your headlights are the best
method of alerting your presence
to other drivers.
 Turn them on in the rain
immediately, ...
 If you lose control of your
vehicle, do not try to steer out of
the swerve.
 As soon as your tires contact the
asphalt ...
 Invest in a good set of wheels! If
you try to rely on flimsy or cheap
parts, you may end up tearing into
your wheel and ...
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Knowing how to drive in poor weather

  1. 1. A Presentation by Tires By Web
  2. 2.  Winter may have finally come to a much awaited end, but it is crucial to remember that snow is only one of the dangers Mother Nature can provide for drivers. Ice, hail, winds, and rain can each contribute unwanted stress to your morning commute or evening drive. Unfortunately, wrapping chains around your tires is discouraged or illegal after winter ends, meaning drivers are barred from one of the major methods of protection. Thankfully, however, there are alternative solutions to being safe in slippery weather.  To have a safe and comfortable drive, consider the following suggestions the next time you start your engine:
  3. 3.  When inclement conditions begin, ensure that your vision extends to several car lengths ahead.  Always check to see if your windshield wipers and headlights are functioning correctly.  Water shedding material can also be applied to the external glass portions of your car for added visibility.
  4. 4.  Your headlights are the best method of alerting your presence to other drivers.  Turn them on in the rain immediately, and be sure that the enclosure is free of cracks or smudges.  If other drivers fail to notice you, you may be contributing to your own misfortune.
  5. 5.  If you lose control of your vehicle, do not try to steer out of the swerve.  As soon as your tires contact the asphalt once again, you will find yourself speeding in the direction your tires are pointed.  If you have been steering haphazardly, this could lead to a worse accident.  For better results, slowly guide your vehicle until you manage to regain control.
  6. 6.  Invest in a good set of wheels! If you try to rely on flimsy or cheap parts, you may end up tearing into your wheel and creating an unsafe situation for yourself and those you share the road with.  Many experts suggest Moto Metal Wheels for drivers looking for safe, reliable, and affordable wheels with a history of longevity.
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    Nov. 17, 2014
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    Aug. 9, 2014

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