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driving, don‘t wear sunglasses at night. They may cut down on glare from headlights. but the}r also make a lot of things invisible.
You can be temporarily blinded by approaching lights. [1 can take a second or two. or even several seconds. for your eyes to readjust to the dark. When you are faced with severe glare [as From a driver who doesn't lower the high beams, or a vehicle with misairtted headlights 3. slow down a little. Avoid staring directly into the approaching lights.
Keep your windshield and all the glass on your vehicle clean —- inside and out. Glare at night is made much worse by din on the glass. Even the inside of the glass can build up a film caused by dust. Dirty glass makes lights dazzle and ﬂash more than cieau glass would. making the pupils of your eyes eon Inlet repeatedly.
Remember that your headlights light up far less of a madway when you are in a tumor curve. Keep your eyes moving; that way, it’s easier to pick out dimly lighted objects. Just 1'15 your headlights should be checked regularly for proper aim. so should your eyes he examined regularly. Some drivers suffer from night blindntxh' -- the inability to see in dim light -- and aren‘t even aware of it.
Driving in the Rain
Rain and wet roads can mean driving trouble. On a wet road you can't stop, accelerate or turn as well because