English: Your teen drivers are bound to encounter bad weather on the road. Are you confident they can handle it? Help prepare them with these driving tips for traveling in heavy rain, sleet, snow, ice, fog and other severe weather.How to Establish Safe Driving Habits:Driving too fast for road conditions is a leading cause of crashes involving teen drivers. Talk to your teens about the importance of slowing down and taking these additional precautions:• Increase following distance when traveling on wet roads and snow-packed surfaces.• Brake slowly and only when traveling in a straight line.• If you hydroplane, take your foot off the accelerator and keep the wheels pointed straight ahead.• Use low beams or fog lights when traveling in dense fog.How to Handle an Accident:You can help teen drivers stay calm in the event of a collision by walking them through the appropriate steps ahead of time. Instruct your teen to:• Take a deep breath and stay calm.• Check to see that everyone is OK and call 911 to report the crash and any injuries.• Notify your insurance agent immediately.• Take photos of the damage.• Wait until the police arrive to speak to anyone about the accident, get the other driver’s information. Don’t leave the accident scene until the police do.