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Question:

Hydroplaning can start at speeds as low as

A 30 mph.
Explaination

Hydroplaning occurs when a thin sheet of water gets between the road surface and a vehicle's tires, causing them to lose contact with the road. The vehicle then begins a skidding movement across the road. Hydroplaning can start at speeds as low as 30 mph and in water that is little more than 1/8 inch deep.