Aquaplaning

When water stands on a road or race track it may not be dispersed effectively from the tyre contact area with the road. The result is less grip and hence 'Aquaplaning'.
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aquaplaning

Phenomenon in which the tyres of a road vehicle cease to make direct contact with the road surface, owing to the presence of a thin film of water. As a result, the vehicle can go out of control, particularly if the steered wheels are involved
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Aquaplaning

Aquaplaning or hydroplaning by the tires of a road vehicle, aircraft or roller coaster occurs when a layer of water builds between the wheels of the vehicle and the road surface, leading to a loss of traction that prevents the vehicle from responding to control inputs. If it occurs to all wheels simultaneously, the vehicle becomes, in effect, an u...
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Aquaplaning

This occurs when a layer of water builds between the rubber tyres of the vehicle and the road surface, leading to the loss of traction which prevents the vehicle from responding to control inputs such as steering, braking or accelerating.
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