Spring is the season in which allergies worsen. Rent a car at Rentspain and discover how to combat allergy whilst at the wheel.
Symptoms do not have the same affect on all people therefore you should contact a specialist in the subject who can tell you whether or not you can drive. You should never think your OK, as you do not know the certain side effects that driving may cause you. You could be a great danger not only to yourself but to others as well.
Knowing how to indentify your symptoms is key to have more control of any situation and danger, the most common symptoms are: Itching, itchy eyes or a blocked nose. If you’re allergic and you get any of these symptoms suddenly and you feel like you can’t control the car, pull over to one side and rest until it the symptoms pass.
During this time of year you should avoid driving with the windows down, driving in the early hours of the morning, try to always keep the car clean and be informed of the areas with the highest concentration of pollen to avoid them, as it is a cause that produces more allergies.
In short, follow these tips and you will feel and drive better and also you won’t have to worry as much about the pollen.