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Tips To Be Kept In Mind If Car Stuck In Water Logging

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If the water level rises above half the height of your vehicle's tires, it is crucial to exit the road immediately. Driving through water that deep can be extremely dangerous and can lead to loss of control, damage to your vehicle, or even being swept away by the current. 

1. Exit The Road If The Water Is Above Half Tyre Height

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When faced with water lodging, it is essential not to attempt to crank or push start the engine. If your vehicle's engine has been submerged in water, starting it can cause severe damage and potentially lead to engine failure. 

2. Do Not Try To Crank Of Push Start The Engine

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In waterlogged conditions, it is advisable to turn on your vehicle's headlights and hazard lights. It helps improve your visibility to other drivers, especially in situations where visibility is reduced due to heavy rain or water spray.  It alerts other drivers to the presence of your vehicle, reducing the risk of collision or accidents in the waterlogged area. 

3. Turn On Headlights And Hazard Lights

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When driving in waterlogged conditions, it is recommended to switch to a lower gear, such as first gear. Doing so can help you maintain better control over your vehicle and prevent stalling.

4. Drive In First Gear

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It is advised to keep your seatbelt fastened and wait for professional help or rescue personnel to arrive. If you feel that your life is in immediate danger, such as if the vehicle is sinking rapidly or the water level is rapidly rising, you may consider carefully and quickly exiting through a window if it is safe to do so.

5. Wait For The Rescue

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