Motorists in Florida may not encounter many of the same snowy and icy weather conditions as other states, but fall and winter weather is still risky in Miami due to heavy rain and tropical storms. When the roads are slick with rain, when traffic is heavy in poor weather or when visibility is reduced due to fog, wind and storms, there is an increased chance that you may get into an accident.
One of the most common accident types in poor weather is the rear-end crash. Many drivers fail to properly estimate the time and distance required to safely stop in bad weather, or they might not see cars in front of them in a storm. As a result, you might see numerous rear-end fender benders this season, or you could end up affected yourself.