As the amount of daily daylight we have grows shorter, driving in the dark becomes more common, creating safety concerns. The National Safety Council (NSC) states that depth perception, color recognition and peripheral vision can all be compromised in the dark. Also, the glare of headlights from an oncoming vehicle can temporarily blind a driver.
Limited visibility when driving in the dark creates less time to avoid and react to hazards on the road. This is especially dangerous when driving at higher speeds.
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