Yesterday I made a 450 mile trip from Dover, Delaware to Alden, NY. The trip is high-speed interstate virtually all the way, and I was driving in very high crosswinds while Northbound through Eastern PA and the I-81 corridor in NY from Binghamton to Syracuse. At least twice, I was blown completely out of my lane, fortunately while there was nobody trying to pass me. I don't know what the speeds of the crosswinds were.
Does anyone have any idea how this could be minimized? Would a strut brace help? Comments please!