Wearing driving gloves behind the wheel may sound harmless, even sensible – just make sure they’re the right type.
Failure to handle your vehicle properly may result in driving without proper care and attention.
And if your gloves are found to be the cause of an accident, there’s no guarantee your insurance company will cover it.
Gloves not intended for driving can affect the grip of the steering wheel.
The ones you should avoid while driving include running gloves and cycling gloves.
They won’t have the weight or grip you need for your handlebars.
Also, keep in mind the surface of steering wheel – one type of leather will react to a driving glove differently than rubber wheels.
As always when you’re driving and in life, use common sense.
Of course, you can’t be fined just for wearing gloves.
After all, it’s called a glovebox for a reason.
But if you are caught wearing some particularly unwise gloves behind the wheel and you have an accident or rollover, you could be fined for dangerous driving.
And you could be charged with felony driving without due care and attention if you are found to be putting other drivers at risk with your behaviour.
Amir Khan was accused of this when he Filmed myself behind the wheel of my £100k Land Rover in not less than eight minutes.
If you want to be on the right side of the law, do these things important household items in the car with you.
And stay out of trouble by keep your windshield wipers moving when a new cold snap approaches.
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