How to Correct a Slide on Icy Roads

Have you ever been on the road when all of a sudden, your wheels start to slip and slide? This is a common problem for icy road conditions. When there's a lot of snow and cold temperatures, ice is bound to form on asphalt. It's important to know how to drive in these conditions, especially if you don't have an all-wheel drive vehicle or snow tires. There are a few things that you can do to correct a slide when you are out on the road.

One of the best things you can do is stay calm. You don't want to start losing your head as the road gets icier and more difficult to drive. You should reduce speed slowly so that you don't press down on your brake and then turn into the slide so that your car can correct itself.

However, you also should know that sliding can be prevented with snow tires and all-wheel drive as well. You can test drive all types of all-wheel drive and snow tire vehicles at Land Rover Fox Valley.



Categories: New Inventory