Compensating for Wild Precipitation
Driving in a mixture of mist, fog, and rain is the worst. I hate it when the weather turns wild whenever I am driving, and I have to deal with the hassles of balancing the car’s air conditioner to clear the windshield, turning headlights and fog lights on and off to find the most suitable [level], and more. Such weather comes with poor visibility, which makes drivers struggle to maintain their lane and drive safely to avoid accidents.
Snow and ice are almost every driver’s nightmare because of having to worry about the road conditions. Anything can happen. It gets slippery. When thinking about such journeys, be prepared for the worst and ensure you are sober enough to think critically.