Tips for Driving In the Alabama Rainy Season

July 31, 2014

Nearly one-quarter of all motor vehicle collisions occur due to bad weather conditions. Although heavy rains occur across the globe, certain regions are much more prone to intense rainfalls.

With an average annual rainfall of 66.3 inches over a 30-year period, Mobile, Alabama tops the list as one of the wettest cities in the United States, while Alabama residents are all to familiar with the devastation that these storms can bring on the highways and roadways across the state.

Due to it’s subtropical climate, Alabama generally has hotter and more humid days during the rainy season when compared to other times of the year, and increases in wind usually mark the onset of hurricane and tornado season.

Admittedly, being on the road in any type of rain is risky; however, understanding some easy tips for driving in the Alabama rainy season can give drivers an advantage in handling a difficult driving environment.

For those that have been involved in an accident caused in part by bad weather, here at the Citrin Law Firm we believe that those who are at fault during an auto accident must pay damages to injured parties.

With that in mind, if you or a loved one has been injured due to poor weather conditions, our attorneys are dedicated to helping you.

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Dangers of Driving in Rainy Season

One of the biggest motorist misconceptions in Alabama is that heavy rain is acceptable to drive in, with drivers typically viewing rain, wet roads, and limited vision as “drivable conditions”.

However, due to the ferocity of the storms in this part of America, dangerous conditions can quickly appear and present a host of problems for most motorists.

Some of these can include (but are not limited to):

While driving in Alabama, it’s important to be aware of the dangers associated with damp roads. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, Citrin Law Firm’s auto accident attorneys can help you to recover your losses.


 Alabama Rainy Season Driving Tips:

Regardless of age or ability, navigating the wet roadways in Alabama is undeniably dangerous. The combination of limited visibility, reduced tire traction, slippery roads, and nonchalant attitude makes driving in the rain risky..

However, if driving during these conditions is unavoidable, motorists must be aware of a few essential techniques for operating a vehicle on wet roads:

Following these tips can help to put Alabama drivers in the best position to avoid a potential collision by maintaining control over their vehicle during – or after – a storm.


Injured? Need Help? Contact Our Alabama Auto Accident Attorney

Here at Citrin Law Firm, we take pride in our experienced, passionate, and dedicated staff. We believe that accident victims in Alabama have the rights to representation to help recover losses from a collision. If weather conditions have contributed to your crash, you may be entitled to compensation.

With our main office located in Mobile, AL we proudly serve injury victims throughout:

…. just to name a few.

To find out how we can help you, please contact us on 251-888-8888.  A member of our staff will collect some details of your incident and then quickly refer you to one of our attorneys – it’s that easy!

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