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Please Do Not Drive Through Flooded Roadways!


Driving through a flooded roadway can be very dangerous for several reasons:

  1. Loss of Control When driving through a flooded roadway, the water can cause a loss of control of the vehicle, especially if the water is moving or deeper than expected. Your vehicle's tires may lose traction, making it difficult to steer or stop the car.
  2. Mechanical & Electrical Failures: If the water is deep enough to reach the bottom of the car, it can also cause the engine to stall, which can entrap you into the flood water. Water can also cause electrical systems in your vehicle to fail or short-circuit, leaving you without lights or other essential functions. 
  3. Hidden Dangers: Floodwater can hide debris, sharp objects, or other hazards that can damage your car or cause injury to you and your passengers. It's impossible to see what's below the water's surface, so you never know what dangers may be lurking beneath.
  4. Rapidly Rising Water: Floodwaters can rise rapidly and unexpectedly, so it's easy to find yourself in a dangerous situation. Flash floods, in particular, can appear suddenly and without warning.


So, if you encounter a flooded roadway, avoiding driving through whenever possible is best. It's important to stay calm, turn around, and find an alternative route to ensure the safety of you and your passengers.


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