MOUNT MAUNGANUI, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 31: Cars drive through the flooded roads along Maunganui Road on December 31, 2011 in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. Just several hundred kilometres from the international date line, New Zealand's cities are amongst the first in the world to welcome the new year. (Photo by Sandra Mu/Getty Images)
(WSYM) - With the possibility of rain showers and severe weather in Mid-Michigan, FOX 47 would like to remind you of ways to drive safely on wet roads.
AAA reports that best tips for driving on wet roads are to:
1. Drive with enough space in between your car and the car ahead of yours.
2. Reduce your speed to avoid the possibility of hydro planning
3. Avoid using cruise control. The more traction under your tires can help you keep control of your vehicle.
4. React to skidding in the proper way. When you begin to skid, AAA suggest you to continue looking and steering in the direction you want to go. They also say to avoid slamming on the breaks.