NIGHT TIME DRIVING
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NIGHT TIME DRIVING

NIGHT TIME DRIVING

I would like to highlight some simple steps you can take to ensure that you see as well as possible while driving your car, particularly at night.


Millions of British drivers admit that they find it harder to see clearly when driving after dark and it’s a fact that more road accidents occur at night than during the day. Common night driving problems include blurred vision, difficulty focusing and dazzle or flare. Low light levels at night cause the pupil of the eye to become larger and this can accentuate any focusing errors – no matter how minor – causing blur.

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