is riding on a thin layer of water when there is water on the road. Too much speed and not enough tire tread or pressure reduces contact with the road and affects steering and braking.
Loss of traction at high speeds caused by a wedge of water that lifts a tire off the road surface.
Same as Aquaplaning.
A skimming effect caused by tires losing contact with a surface covered with water.
A phenomenon of driving when water builds up under the tire tread, causing it to lose contact with the road. Slowing down will usually restore normal tire contact with the road.
Loss of road contact due to the buildup of water between tire tread and road surface. It occurs when factors, including speed, water depth, tread depth and inflation pressure, so combine that lifting force is exerted under the tire.
The accumulation of water in a film under the footprint which causes a tire to lift from the road surface, losing traction. Hydroplaning is affected by vehicle speed, tread pattern, and water depth.
A loss of traction of a tire on a road surface caused by wet weather conditions.
when a tire loses traction as a result of water on the road. The water accumulates under the tire's footprint and causes the tire to lift from the road surface. Vehicle speed, tread pattern and water depth all affect hydroplaning.
Hydroplaning (aquaplaning) in a road vehicle occurs when a layer of water builds between the rubber tires of the vehicle and the road surface, preventing the vehicle from responding to control inputs. It becomes, in effect, an unpowered and unsteered sled.