Ease your foot off of the gas pedal.
Try to keep the steering wheel straight.
Do not try to stop or turn until the tires grip the road.
Look at the right side of the road.
Wear polarizing anti-glare glasses.
Concentrate on the center line.
Ride the brake.
Allow more following distance.
Drive more slowly.
Use both the lap and shoulder belt.
Use only the shoulder belt.
Use only the lap belt.
They are not necessary if your vehicle has an air bag.
They keep you from being thrown from the vehicle in the event of an accident.
They prevent a human collision by holding you in place.
Closely behind the truck in bad weather because the driver can see farther ahead.
Farther behind the truck than you would for a passenger vehicle.
No more than one car length behind the truck so the driver can see you.
Only if you see orange cones on the road ahead.
Unless they conflict with existing signs, signals, or laws.
At all times.
During rush hour traffic if there are no bicyclists in the bike lane.
When you are within 200 feet of a cross street where you plan to turn right.
When you want to pass a driver ahead of you who is turning right.
Listening to music through headphones that cover both ears
Adjusting your outside mirrors.
Transporting an unrestrained animal inside the vehicle.