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You never know when a pothole might sneak up and inflict some serious damage on your car, and although it might seem like common sense to simply avoid potholes or ruts in the pavement, it's not always an easy task. In this case, there are some precautionary measures you can take to prevent crucial mistakes.


Many drivers fall into the habit of only focusing on objects or vehicles that are directly ahead of them. By making it a point to visualize every bit of road that's in front of you, at least you'll have some time to consider your options when a pothole appears.


If there's no way to avoid an inconsistency in the road, be sure to slow down to a crawl. Even a moderate speed can cause considerable damage to your car's wheels and suspension. Additionally, prepare for the worst when you see a puddle. Water can often disguise a pothole in the middle of the road.


By keeping your eyes open for potholes and ruts, you can ensure that every drive is as smooth as can be. This will dramatically decrease your odds of getting an unexpected flat tire.

How to Avoid Damage Inflicted by Potholes



Many drivers fall into the habit of only focusing on objects or vehicles that are directly ahead of them. By making it a point to visualize every bit of road that's in front of you, at least you'll have some time to consider your options when a pothole appears.


If there's no way to avoid an inconsistency in the road, be sure to slow down to a crawl. Even a moderate speed can cause considerable damage to your car's wheels and suspension. Additionally, prepare for the worst when you see a puddle. Water can often disguise a pothole in the middle of the road.


By keeping your eyes open for potholes and ruts, you can ensure that every drive is as smooth as can be. This will dramatically decrease your odds of getting an unexpected flat tire.

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