2016 Hyundai I10 Owners Manual

Driving your vehicle
Be sure your  tires have enough  tread.
If your tires do not  have enough tread,
making a quick  stop on wet  pavement
can cause a  skid and possibly  lead to
an accident. See  “Tire Tread” in chap-
ter 7.
Turn on your headlights to make it eas-
ier for others to see you.
Driving too  fast through large  puddles
can affect  your brakes. If you  must go
through  puddles, try  to  drive  through
them slowly.
Driving in flooded areas
If  the road  is  wet enough  and  you  are
going fast enough, your vehicle may have
little or  no contact with  the road surface
and actually  ride on the  water. The best
advice is SLOW DOWN when the road is
wet. The  risk of  hydroplaning  increases
as the depth of tire tread decreases, refer
to “Tire Tread” in chapter 7.
Avoid   driving   through   flooded   areas
unless you are sure the water is no high-
er  than  the  bottom  of  the  wheel  hub.
Drive  through  any   water  slowly.  Allow
adequate   stopping   distance   because
brake performance may be reduced.
After   driving   through   water,   dry   the
brakes  by gently  applying them  several
times while the vehicle is moving slowly.
If you believe your brakes may  be wet,
apply  them  lightly  while  driving  until
normal braking operation returns.
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