Hazardous driving situations and how to handle them
Driving is fun and exciting, especially with the right tires fitted to the wheels of your car. However, sometimes we’ll face unpredictable conditions on the road that make it less safe to drive. Extreme weather leads to hazards like wet surfaces or poor visibility. Heavy rain, fog, snow or leaves can make the roads slippery. Aquaplaning may occur and driving can become a real challenge. In this driving situations it is important to know how to act correctly and continue driving in a safe way.
Alternatively, high traffic volumes mean extended journey times behind the wheel – and drowsy or distracted driving. We, Continental care about your safety, both inside and outside the vehicle. In this section, we’d like to share safe driving tips for a variety of situations.