Drive in the middle
If you have to drive on a flooded or waterlogged road, you should forget the lane and call the car in the middle of the road because this is where the least amount of water collects.
Drive with other cars
Taking care of other vehicles as well, it is safer for you to single lane behind the vehicle in front instead of running at the same level as the other vehicle, this helps your vehicle grip the road.
Cross only when the water is low
Even just 15 cm of water accumulated on the road can reduce your vehicle’s control, so don’t try to do this in deeper water.
Slow down the car
Do not drive fast on waterlogged roads. If you have to cross full water on the road, keep your speed only 1-2 km and after leaving the water, drive at a speed of 7-8 km to save your engine from the water.
Drive in low gear
In this situation, drive in a low gear for the safety of your car, while driving an automatic car, keep the speed low to stay in first or second gear.
Dry the brake
Use light brakes while driving at low speeds after leaving the water, which makes it easier for your brakes to dry out to prevent skidding.
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