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RIDING AT NIGHT
« on: December 16, 2015, 01:33:33 PM »
•   Use only clear eye protection (not tinted), and keep it clean and free of scratches.

•   Wait a few moments after leaving a bright area before riding away. Allow your eyes time to adjust to the low light level.

•   Practice avoiding bright light sources as you ride along. Look to one side of street lights, signs, or headlights. For example, as a car approaches, shift your vision from the headlights to the white line along the edge of your lane.
 
Be wary of overriding the headlight when driving at night. This is when your total braking distance (based on your speed, reaction time, and the road conditions) exceeds the distance you can see ahead. The solution is easy—slow down.

 

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