The Standard - Avoid Crossing in a Puddle of Water -
The Standard - On average if it rains a number of road points can be immediately submerged in water. If there is a puddle of water on the road it should be prevented. However, if you have to cross it, make sure the vehicle is not driving at high speed. Through a pool of water at high speed has the potential for aquaplaning or hydroplaning. If you already match it can cause the car's wheels move not passed and the ability of the brakes are less efficient for ending the vehicle's speed.
Standard Travels - Take the Car in Front. Drive carefully. If you really need to align or obey the movement of the car in front of you, the intention is to reduce the pool of water on the road. Remember to control the distance with the car in advance.
The Standard - Keep the distance. When it rains, through automatic asphalt turns wet and slippery and visibility shrinks. To get away from an accident, it's best to keep your car at a distance from other vehicles in advance. This is so important so you have an area to race or optimize braking when the vehicle in front stops or suddenly brakes suddenly.