The accident rate for driving in wet road conditions is just as high as for driving in snow conditions so it's important that drivers be aware of the risks of driving in wet conditions and that your car tyres are in adequate condition to ensure your on road safety.
A variety of abnormal conditions can occur when driving on wet roads, for example the tyre can hydroplane on the waters surface causing a momentary loss of direction. Grip is also weakened when driving on snowy roads so braking distance is increased.
Tyres with heavy wear are at a disadvantage for wet driving. Be sure to check tyre wear regularly and especially before long journeys.
Reduce driving speed just before turning and while turning remain at a constant speed.
If you lose control of your vehicle while maneuvering in wet conditions, try to remain calm and avoid any sudden braking or acceleration. Instead, ease off of the accelerator while allowing the vehicle to regain grip. You can then make small corrections to your direction in order to regain control.