Driving in windy weather
Start off by dropping your speed. Be careful of any branches or trees that may fall onto the road. Driving slowly can reduce impact when running into any unpredicted debris.
Trucks, buses or vehicles towing trailers are the most prone to being blown off the course by the wind. Pay attention to those vehicles. Always keep both hands on the wheel to make sure you have control of your vehicle.
Seek shelter if the high winds turn into a tornado. Don’t ever try and drive faster than the tornado in your car. If there is no shelter close, exit your vehicle and find a ditch to stay in until it is safe.
If you are home don’t get in your car if you know there is a tornado in your area. Wait until the bad conditions subside.
Gerber Collision and Glass advise you to always proceed with caution when you are driving in windy weather.