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On a slippery road, each car has more momentum and slower reactions than on dry asphalt. This is why you shouldn’t be startled when the steering doesn’t respond immediately, if the wheels slide a bit, or if your car skids a little to the side. Let your car respond naturally and don’t try to overcompensate it with sharp steering or braking – the car will only evaluate this as a crisis situation and it’ll start to unnecessarily brake and straighten itself out.