Tips on how to drive safely during a storm

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  • Tuesday, 08 Mar 2022

How deep a car can generally drive through water without being damaged is known as the fording depth. For normal passenger cars and most SUVs, that’s a maximum of 20 to 40cm, according to ADAC. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa/dpa-tmn

Howling wind, the car shaking from left to right, and lashing rain while the windscreen wipers are at top speed: Storms can be frightening.

If you’re driving, stormy weather requires your full attention and different measures to normal conditions.

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