Driving on Wet Roads

Everybody knows that oil and water don’t mix. A rainstorm, especially a downpour on a hot summer road makes it hard for your tires to get good traction.

As the rain builds up on the road surface, oily dirt is forced from the pavement and sits on top of the roadway. That makes it hard for your tires to get good traction.

  • Never hit the brakes hard if you start to slide, slowly press on the brakes.
  • Be sure your tires are safe and properly inflated.

If you do have damage due to a wet roadway, call a certified collision repair centre like B&D Autobody and get fast, dependable service in the Vancouver area.