Bad Weather Driving Safety Tips

Steinger, Greene & Feiner: Bad Weather Driving

Bad weather can be a recipe for bad driving. Did you know that almost 25 percent of all crashes occur in bad weather conditions? Certain areas of Florida can receive up to 100 inches of rain in a calendar year. According to a Science Daily report, some of us may not consider rainy weather to be dangerous, but rain can cause a number of issues for Florida drivers, such as:
  • Car-to-car distance
  • Pavement friction
  • Travel speeds
  • Vehicle performance
  • Visibility

Accident Prevention

Bad weather is no excuse for bad driving. Taking precautionary action may decrease your risk of being the victim bad weather driving car crash.

  • Slow down
  • Increase distance between cars

If you have been injured in a car wreck due to bad weather driving, don’t hesitate to get representation—contact the West Palm Beach auto accident lawyers at Steinger, Greene & Feiner today! It’s our goal to get you every dollar you truly deserve.