Driving at night
It’s not clear as daylight
Driving in the dark can affect your depth perception, color recognition and peripheral vision. Glare from the headlights of oncoming vehicles can blind you temporarily. Even with your high-beam headlights on, visibility is limited. There’s less time to react to something in the road — especially when driving at higher speeds.
Take extra care when driving at night to avoid accidents.
And that’s smart safety!
For additional information or guidance, contact your safety office.