Roadside Assistance Is Necessary Due To Poor Road Conditions

Pot HoleWhen driving, motorists endure dangerous road conditions such as potholes, ruts, and icy roads. It is necessary to be conscious of poor road conditions in order to help protect themselves. Here are some tips to help motorists avoid accidents:

1. Be aware of potholes. If you come across a pothole make sure you slow down and keep both hand on the wheel. If you hit a pothole too hard your vehicle can mess up your car’s alignment. Also, steel-belted tires tend to get damaged by potholes and this could cause the driver to lose control of their car.

2. Luckily, ruts don’t do too much damage to cars. However, they can still cause motorists to lose control of their car while driving. In this case, the car can end up being badly damaged.

3. Icy roads are one of the most dangerous kinds of road conditions that a motorist can come across. Many accidents happen due to cars sliding and slipping on icy roads. If the roads are very icy, it is a good plan to avoid going out and driving at all. However, if you can’t avoid being out on the road, it is necessary to drive very slowly and leave a great deal of space between yourself and the car in front of you.

There are times when motorists are unable to predict poor road conditions. Therefore, drivers must be defensive drivers. Also, be sure to sign up with a roadside assistance program that can come help you in the event of emergency.

Posted on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 at 12:45 pm In Roadside Assistance Program  

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