What do you do when your pickup truck loses stability

Automotive

Published on July 20th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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What do you do when your pickup truck loses stability

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A 4WD (four wheel drive) pickup truck doesn’t improve your handling on a slick water covered road/highway in heavy or light rain. If you drive faster than conditions allow, you are very likely to flip and roll because of your higher center of gravity. Also, a 4WD doesn’t help you brake better or give you more stability in turns while braking. So slow down when you’re turning and brake sooner. With modern pickup truck getting more and more powerful, many 4WD pickup truck owners (like the one pictured here) think that their wide tires on fancy alloy wheels will contribute to confidence on the road at speed. Guess which vehicles end up in the ravine or against the guardrail more often?

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