Driving in the rain can often slow your vehicle reaction time, diminish visibility and wet your brakes which could all have devastating consequences when on the road. Motorists are urged to take simple steps to ensure their cars are prepared to deal with hazardous wet weather conditions with simple solutions.

Tyres are fundamental in the rain and are what is used to help your vehicle grip to the road in wet and slippery weather conditions.

After long summer drives and autumn getaways, many motorists will have worn down their tyre tread depth before winter sets in.

Tyre tread is the grooves on the outside of a tyre that pushes plumes of water away from the car and helps it to grip in slippery weather.

Low tread depth increases a vehicle’s risk of sliding, spinning or aquaplaning. This is when the tyres refuse to grip at all on the road surface and the car uncontrollably slides.

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