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Driving vehicles on wet surfaced roads, is dangerous because it may slip. The main reason of slipping is due to uneven reduction of friction between tyre and road.
The relative motion between a tyre and the road surface it is traveling on is known as slip. This slip can occur when the tire’s rotational speed is more or lower than the free-rolling speed, or when the tire’s plane of rotation is at an angle to the direction of motion.