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Rural Driving: Road Conditions
Traction on gravel or dirt is worse than on a paved road, and when weather conditions are wet, the traction declines even further.
Rural roads often lack the overhead lighting common in cities.
Streetlights, if present at all, typically don’t extend beyond a rural community’s main streets.
Road Conditions: Strategies for Reducing Risk
If you drive on an unpaved road, take turns and curves even more slowly than you would on a paved road.
Remember that stopping distances will be increased when driving on muddy roads or gravel roads.
If overhead illumination is not present at night, do not pass cars on a two-lane road.
Passing when visibility is limited could result in a crash.
Steep hills and no overhead lighting add to the level of risk for drivers who travel on this stretch of rural road at night.