Rain in the UK

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Re: Rain in the UK

Postby franfran » Sat Aug 04, 2012 4:27 pm

fredcrun wrote:What tricks have you learnt to help start your car on a rainy day?


Turning the key works pretty well for me....
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Re: Rain in the UK

Postby louise_heels » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:07 pm

Big rain yesterday and overnight has made some of the roads into rivers near where I am. Not much fun for drivers and I came past 2 accidents, one where someone had gone through a fence and another one where I saw a female driver berating another person after their cars had come together, it looked like one of them had skidded into the other on a wet, slippery road :shock:

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Re: Rain in the UK

Postby louise_heels » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:18 pm

I've had some issues with driving in the rainy weather myself recently too, most recently last Friday when I had to give my car's ABS an unexpected test :shock: and some other issues recently with the autumnal conditions. I've been doing more driving for work this year, so unsurprising I would run into some problems to be fair. The autumn weather has made this a little more challenging in recent weeks :o :lol:
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