WASHINGTON — Nighttime travel, particularly along remote roads where obstacles and wildlife may be found, can be treacherous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nighttime driving fatalities occur three times more frequently than that of daytime driving.
During low light times, the human eye has a more difficult time with depth perception, color determination, and peripheral vision. Additionally, as we age, our night vision deteriorates, increasing our risk. Eye strain and fatigue can also lead to dangerous drowsy driving. The following tips can help improve overall safety for driving after dark.
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