Vehicle Safety Tips for Longer Nights
The longer nights means that seeing clearly as the sun goes down is even harder. Make sure your your headlights and taillights (including brake lights, fog lights and hi-beams) are in proper working order – especially since you’ll be using them more as it gets darker much earlier.
Take a moment now to walk around your vehicle and make sure that all of your lights, turn signals and flashers are working. Your lights not only help you see, they also alert other vehicles and can help prevent accidents.
Also check the clarity of the light lenses. Cloudy lights aren’t as easy to see, and it cuts down on your visibility on the road. If your lenses are cloudy, their are cleaners and polishes available to restore the clarity back to your vehicle.
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