Compare And Contrast Summer And Driving In The Winter

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To begin with, I will be comparing how driving in the summer and driving in the winter are different and how they are also alike. There are different skills that are needed for driving in the summer versus driving in the winter. To start, driving in the winter can be more difficult to drive through and that is because of the weather conditions. In winter, the weather is always changing,it could be rain, snow, sleet, hail, and all four of them can be very difficult to drive through because it can make it hard for the driver to see where they are going. Furthermore, Summer is probably the easiest to drive through and this is because in summer the weather is mostly hot and dry, making it easier to drive and easier to see where you are going. …show more content…
In the winter when you have slippery roads or poor vision you should always do a little below the speed limit or where you feel comfortable driving at. Now on the other hand, driving in the summer is different because its normally hot and the pavement is dry and there is also not as much rain in the summer either. That means you won't have poor vision and you will have more traction on the road because the pavement is dry. Because its less wet and drier you won't have to worry about frost or condensation on your windows rather than if it was winter. Now if you're a beginner driver and it's your first time driving in the winter and if at any point you feel uncomfortable or scared, it’s always best to pull off the side of the road, relax and take some deep breaths and once you feel comfortable enough to drive again and you should go the speed that you feel most comfortable driving …show more content…
More so, if you're driving in the summer you can be the normal car link lengths because the pavement is dry and if the car in front of you hits their brakes you have time to hit yours and stop properly before causing an accident. You have more traction and control of vehicle in the summer on dry pavement rather than wet slippery pavement. Summer weather is more predictable than winter weather. For new drivers, it would mostly it would be better for new drivers to learn how to drive in the summer and use to their vehicle, the roads. It would also get them more comfortable with the roads rather than driving for the first time in

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