It occurs when built-up water on roadways is not sufficiently pushed out of the way by your vehicle’s tires when going at a regular or high speed. The water then causes your vehicle to rise and slide on top of a thin layer of water between your tires and the road. All traction is lost in less than a second and you have very limited control of your vehicle'
If you find yourself hydroplaning, stay calm. Don’t brake or turn suddenly. Ease your foot off the gas, and hold the wheel firmly. Do not steer in any direction other than straight.
Tires with good tread, slower speeds, follow the path made by a vehicle in front of you, avoid puddles, avoid using cruise control and use extra caution around intersections where engine oils can accumulate.
Also, make sure you have properly functioning windshield wipers , headlights and defrosters.
Use caution and make it to your destination Safely!