Stay Safe in Bad Weather

When it's raining, your car may have a tendency to hydroplane. This occurs when there is water on the road and your car isn't able to maintain friction. Hydroplaning can be avoided at times, especially if you start to drive slowly when the weather gets bad.

Visit our service center at Thornhill Ford to have your tires checked, as this is a main reason hydroplaning occurs. Our technician will check the tread on your tires, and fill up your tires with air if necessary. If it has been awhile since your tires were rotated, this should be done as well.

Drive carefully in bad weather. Pay attention to other drivers and go slowly around corners if you are nervous about hydroplaning. Abrupt stops and starts can cause your vehicle to lose friction and spiral out of control. When you are a defensive driver, you are less likely to hydroplane in bad weather.

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