Rural Driving (continued)
Rural roads are often unpaved, diminishing your tire grip and overall traction. These roads often lack road signs and markers that are all over the place in the city. Sometimes, this makes it hard to foresee intersections, curves, and dead ends.
Trees and tall agricultural plants, like corn or wheat, make rural roads even more treacherous because they block the driver’s view of intersections, road markers, and especially railroad crossings.