Driving in difficult conditions

I want to adapt my driving style

You need to change the way you drive according to outside conditions and hazardous situations. This includes driving in winter, in the snow, on a wet road surface, driving with a spare tyre, snow chains, snow socks fitted, or studded tyres. Learn how to assess the risks and know how to react at the wheel if the car starts aquaplaning. In this section, we will also show you how driver assistance systems such as ABS, ESP and ASR work and how to interpret your vehicle’s response in case of difficulties.

Aquaplaning: how to drive on wet roads

Aquaplaning: how to avoit it?

Aquaplaning occurs when the grooves on your tyres cannot dissipate the amount of water on the road and one or more tyres...

Driving in emergency situations

Flat tyre, brake failure, loss of control: how to respond to a driving emergency

A flat tyre, brake failure or momentary loss of control can happen to anyone, so it’s a good idea to be prepared for any...


3 errors to avoid when driving in winter

In winter, you sometimes have to deal with unexpected driving conditions: snow, ice, difficult traffic conditions… Know ...

Advanced driver assistance systems on snow

Advanced driver assistance systems on snow

Is your vehicle equipped with one or more advanced driver assistance systems: ABS, brake assist, traction control or sta...