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Large parts of the UK saw storm Christoph last week, as well as lots of snow fall over the weekend, both of which look to be the start of a string of severe weather fronts.
Although the snow might not last for long, there are risks associated with this. The snow could partially melt and re-freeze if the temperature drops again, making slippery road surfaces. Or the snow could melt altogether and present a risk of flooding to some areas. Where this happens, drivers can expect an increased risk of 'aquaplaning,' or 'hydroplaning' which effects the grip of your tyres, leading to a loss of control and potentially serious incident.
With this in mind, it is really important that drivers make sure their vehicles are fully prepared for these weather conditions to continue.
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A survey revealed that 80% of drivers were aware of aquaplaning, but many were not aware of how to regain control once it happens. To regain control, you should:
Make sure you check your tyres regularly, especially before you leave home in tougher conditions. Other things you should do:
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