Have the Optimal Tires and Safe Driving Habits to Avoid Hydroplaning

You know that feeling when your vehicle's tires are no longer in contact with the road because of heavy amounts of water? It's hydroplaning, and most people find it uncomfortable. There are, however, a few things that you can do to prevent it.

Before you even find yourself in the middle of a downpour, make sure that your tires are in optimal condition. This means that there is a good tread, that you are rotating them every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, and you can even buy tires that perform especially well in wet weather. When you're in your vehicle during a storm, drive about 10 miles below the speed limit and drive with your cruise control off.

If you think that you need new tires, or a tire rotation, to ensure that your vehicle is safe for wet driving conditions, come to Spirit Chrysler Dodge & Jeep, and we'll be happy to find the right tires for you.

 
 
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