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Drive Safe: Weather advice ahead of anticipated thunderstorms

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Later this evening it is anticipated that there will be thunderstorms that may cause traffic disruptions.

Here is some safety tips and advice to keep you safe if you are out and about on the roads.

  • Make sure you drive safe and keep safe distance from the vehicle in front as the roads may be slippery due to change in weather.
  • Drive steadily and slowly as driving at speed could cause ‘loss of control of your vehicle’.
  • Take extra care as water on the roads will cause other large and fast-moving vehicles creating spray which can reduce visibility.

• Allow extra time for your journey due to wet road surfaces and potential congestion.

Stay safe.

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