Even a light drizzle increases the risk of a fatal car crash

25 Apr
Magna Powertrain three-motor Model S setupIt doesn't take much rainfall to increase the risk of a deadly car crash. A study published in the April issue of the American Meteorological Society Bulletin revealed that rain, snow, and ice increase the risk of a deadly crash by 34 percent on average. It's the light rain that drivers should consider more often, though. Even when the rain is...