HOW TO CORRECT A SLIDE ON ICY ROADS
Each year over 20.000 fatal accidents happen in the EU. About 1% of these fatalities is caused by icy road conditions (source: EU Annual Accident Report 2018). At first sight this may not seem an awful lot. But then, you don’t want to be part of this group. Ever.
Rear wheel drive cars are harder to control on icy roads than their front wheel drive brothers and sisters. Our beloved sports cars are, more than average, part of the RWD-team. And even if yours is not, this still might be usefull information. So read on please.
It may help you in winter when snow and ice are likely to occur on the road. Although your sports car may be hibernating, still the video about ‘How to correct a slide’ is highly educational even for drivers of front wheel drive cars.
Dan Robinson, contributor for Iceroadsafety.com, has made a series of three videos about this topic. Besides the embedded slide video he’s also made video’s about icy bridges and freezing rain. Enjoy watching this video and learn from it.