Today was my first time riding in the wet, by that I mean it was not just spitting but leaving large puddles of water on the road. It was kind of fun, except for the slippery bits. So I was thinking about ways I need to change my riding from dry days to wet days. Obviously I need to allow more stopping time, about 1 second more depending on how bad it is. I cannot go as hard on the throttle too early exiting a corner, nor can I corner too hard. A foggy visor was my main problem, I tried some green spray stuff that came on a pump action bottle but it left my visor very murky and streaky (helmet is KBC VR-1). The Dririders worked well as did the alpine star gloves. Drivers were worse today than usual, the P plate commodore driver who must have better stopping power on his car than an F1 as he only needed a 1m gap. Also he didn't understand that I needed a 3 sec gap and over took me and sat right behind the other car *boggles*. Is there anything else I should look out for as I will be riding all this week and the weather looks to be much the same.