Take your foot off the gas and brake pedal, let the steering wheel go. Don't try to stop or steer until the car is done sliding, then recover control.... then change your underwear.
Remove you foot from the accelerator, hang on to the steering wheel, do not apply the brakes, do not turn the steering wheel, and pray. If your car is in a "hydroplane", you should: -Ease off the accelerator
When I am in my car and it is raining I might hydroplane.
Keep your foot off the brake and gas pedals and coast until you regain traction.
Slowly take foot of gas. DO NOT BRAKE!! Grip wheel with boths hands and ride it out
Yes, they definitely can.
A car can hydroplane, essentially glide on water
There are no perfect rhymes for the word hydroplane.
A hydroplane is a speedboat, not an airplane.
Avoid hitting the brakes.
Hydroplaning or aquaplaning can occur on standing water - the car tires surf on the water and lose their grip with the road. When a car starts to hydroplane the driver may feel a tug on the steering wheel, the steering will then feel very light (as the tires have no contact with the road). If ever you find yourself in a hydroplane NEVER attempt to steer or brake as this will cause you to lose control. The only safe way to deal with it is to remove your foot from the accelerator and let the car slow down. As it does the tires will reconnect with the road.