During fall seasons, days are shorter which leads to more night driving. According to the NSC, nighttime is the most dangerous time to drive. Traffic death rates are three times greater at night than during the day. In this blog, we have created a list of tips to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
Light the way
Although sight is limited at night, there are precautions to stay safe. Making sure your vehicle is in proper condition to give light support is important.
- Make sure your headlights are clean and working for light support
- Clean your windshield for a clear view
- Anti-reflective lenses in you’re wearing glasses
- SLOW DOWN
Ways to stay alert and stay safe
- Keep the radio on
- Roll the windows down
- Consume caffeine
- Find a safe place to pull over and rest
- Don’t drink and drive
- Maintain a safe distance from other vehicles
- Avoid distractions (texting, social media, eating)