Sudden heavy rain - visibility zero

@Alexandoy (4144)
Quezon City, Philippines
October 10, 2019 2:28am CST
I had difficulty in driving with the heavy rains causing visibility zero. I couldn't pull over because the side of the road was already flooded. I had to continue for the flood might rise. Fortunately I reached ny destination safely.
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@rsa101 (22796)
• Philippines
10 Oct
When did this happen? It is not raining in my place.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
Today at about 2 pm until 4 pm.
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@rsa101 (22796)
• Philippines
10 Oct
@Alexandoy I work in quezon city but never experienced that rain at all. Although I saw getting dark but it never rained in my place.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
I came from Rizal province going to Pasig.
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@mrki444 (6392)
• Osijek, Croatia (Hrvatska)
10 Oct
I also don't like drive while is heavy rain. Water on road can slip you out of road.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
It is risky to drive.
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@mrki444 (6392)
• Osijek, Croatia (Hrvatska)
10 Oct
@Alexandoy So I rather stop and wait better conditions.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
I could have stopped but the side of the road was flooded.
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@tech40 (21125)
• Philippines
10 Oct
I don't like zero visibility when we're driving, because it making things slow especially on the road because we can't see the road clearly.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
I turn on the hazard lights but it's not enough. Pulling over is the safest thing to do.
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@tech40 (21125)
• Philippines
11 Oct
Good! It's better to pull over than moving with hazard lights because using hazard lights while moving isn't the best thing to do and you can make confusion with other drivers as well that may cause an accident. We usually use hazard to warn other drivers that there's a temporary obstruction in your car. Using it while driving isn't a good thing unless you're an ambulance or police
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
11 Oct
I had the hazard lights on.
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@birjudanak (10698)
• India
10 Oct
This year we had many times sudden rain which made difficult day for others. it's very risky to drive car with less visibility and gald to know you reach home safely.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
Sudden heavy rain is dangerous.
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@Ladanger (12043)
• United States
10 Oct
Wow one must be extra careful. Good thing you're safe.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
I'm home finally.
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@just4him (175520)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
10 Oct
I'm glad you arrived safely.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
What a relief whew.
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@acelawrites (17431)
• Philippines
10 Oct
It is hard to drive when it's raining hard.Good you arrived at your destination safely.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
To be honest, I was kind of scared on the road.
@Janet357 (30786)
10 Oct
oh? it is very hot here
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
10 Oct
The opposite huh.