If conditions are bad, reduce your speed
Road safety charity the IAM is advising on managing your speed:
Look well ahead and be ready for others' reactions especially when they spot a camera at the last second. They will often slow down faster and more than they need to.
Watch out for speed limit changes early by looking further ahead. They are often as you leave roundabouts and junctions on main routes.
Speed limits are a maximum speed, not a minimum. If conditions are bad, reduce your speed.
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Always drive at a speed that allows you to stop safely on your own side of the road within the distance you can see is clear. Don't be pressured into breaking the speed limit by drivers behind you.
IAM chief examiner Peter Rodger said: "Know the speed limit and always abide by it.
That doesn't mean you have to drive slowly, but we all have to stay within the limit.