Safety Tips For Severe Weather Driving And Roadside Assistance

storm.jpgHere are some safety tips for driving in stormy conditions.

If you find yourself caught in a severe storm the following tips will help keep your family safe.

It is a good idea to make sure your windshield wipers and tires are ready for bad weather conditions if you cannot avoid being out on the road. The safest choice is not to drive at all until the bad weather passes.

If you must drive, be aware that visibility could become a problem. If needed, pull over to the side of the road as soon as it is safe.

Try to steer clear from trees that could fall on your car and keep your emergency blinkers on.

Keep your headlights on but avoid using your high beams.

Drive slowly, wet roads are slippery and more room is needed to stop your vehicle. Be sure to keep a safe distance between you and the next.

It is also a great idea to have an auto road service plan in place so that if your vehicle breaks down you can call for help. The last thing you want to do is be outside the car in poor weather conditions. Why not leave emergency roadside assistance to the pros.