How To Stop Hydroplaning

Hydroplaning happens when your tires encounter more water than they can scatter, so they lose contact with the road and skid along the water’s surface. The water pressure in front of the tire forces a layer of water underneath the tire, reducing friction and causing the driver to lose control of the car. Learning how to avoid hydroplaning and regain control when it does happen will help you stay out of danger the next time driving conditions are wet and slippery. Although it can be a scary experience, the most important thing is to remember to stay calm.


  1. Understand what’s happening when you skid. When you hydroplane, so much water has built up in your tires that they lose contact with the road. …
  2. Stay calm and wait for the skid to stop. …
  3. Ease your foot off the gas. …
  4. Steer in the direction you want the car to go. …
  5. Brake carefully.

Posted on: July 3, 2018, by :

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