Let's be honest, although fascinating, hail storms don't usually get scary. Well, of course, unless they are the size of golf balls.
For the most part, the pieces of hail that fall from the sky are small enough that they do not feel like a threat, especially when we are under cover, like in our vehicle.
However, no matter its size, hail can be treacherous for driving and can cause damage to your vehicle, even more so while driving.
So if you ever get caught in a hail storm the best thing to do is to pull over.
If you can find an underpass to safely pull over under, that is your best bet.
See, driving compounds the impact hail has with your vehicle, increasing the likliness of a cracked windshield or broken windows.
It is best to not drive while it is hailing outside, besides the physical damage it can do to your car, it too, can become simply dangerous to drive.
Always use caution and remember this tip if you ever get caught in a hail storm!