What weather condition makes the roads most dangerous? Ice? No. Snow? Guess again. Rain? Yes. Federal data proves that rain causes more car accident-related deaths than snow in 39 different states. In fact, about 7,000 individuals die every year in car accidents due to weather conditions. But why does rain make the roads so hazardous? Below are some answers to this question.
Although you may not be able to refrain from driving in the rain, there are a few driving habits you can practice to keep you and your family safe during these next few rainy months. Below, our San Jose car accident lawyers have listed some helpful driving tips for when you travel in the rain:
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