Winter driving is very different than summer driving. Winter is by far the hardest season for drivers to navigate, while the summer is the easiest. Winter driving requires a different set of driving skills do to its weather. Summer weather is usually not nearly as bad as winter weather and roads aren’t nearly as dangerous. In the essay I will compare and contrast winter and summer driving to show how different they are.
Winter and summer driving are similar in that both seasons require you to get behind the wheel of a vehicle. The basic driving decisions are always the same no matter what the season. Which means making the wrong decision can lead to accidents and if not that the weather can. Most of the accidents in winter and summer on the road are the same do to weather and people so you must always signal appropriately, pay attention to traffic and other drivers around, and generally concentrate on getting from one point to another.There are several similarities, but the differences of the driving experience during winter and summer are enormous.
Winter and summer driving are very different in the types of weather conditions. In the summer, there is generally less rain and snow to make the roadway conditions hazardous. With dry pavement, cars and drivers respond quicker to situations, avoiding accident potentials. In the winter, rain and snow make the roads slick and less forgiving in dangerous situations. Even if a driver is paying very close attention, winter conditions may cause a vehicle to spin out of control at the slightest touch of the brakes.