As there is no friction on the road,thus the road will not have friction that stop the car from moving.
because the rain makes the roads wet and slippery which then the tires cant grip the the road properly
Because on a rainy day, the water acts as a lubricant to the road. Therefore your tires; being made of rubber; cannot maintain the same traction as they do on a dry road.
A vehicle loses traction on wet roads especially if the tires are worn.
There is less contact between the tyres of the cars and the road surface on rainy days. The rainwater filling up the grooves of the tyres and the rainwater on the surface of the road prevent the tyres from gripping more tightly to the road surface. In other words, water reduces the friction between the tyres and the road surface.(This is the exact answer! Did a lot of research to come up with this answer!)
In rainy season, moving vehicles on the road will skid due to the loss of friction when the tires encounter water on the road.
Cars might skid on wet roads because the water gets under the tires of the car. Then the cars don't have enough traction.
Cars don't skid
Madras on Rainy Days was created in 2004.
Slovenia receives the most rainy days.
Most cars these days have ABS (Antilock Brake System) and they won't leave a skid mark. The speed will be determined by drag from road surface and how efficient the brakes were working. A 100 foot skid on average would be from a speed of 45-50mph on asphalt.
approximately 295 days are rainy in Portland Oregon
Mostly rainy, a few beautiful days. Definitely rainy. And cloudy, overcast, rainy, etc. Rainy. :)