Popular Post Kavi Ugl Posted December 9, 2017 Popular Post Report Share Posted December 9, 2017 (edited) Well, it's that time of year again it seems.......... Snowy showers, poor visibility and based on what I've witnessed 70% of vehicles driving without any lights on - even in the snow showers. I just can't fathom why winter after winter people don't grasp that it's about making yourself seen as much as being seen. Do folk not understand that someone waiting at a junction with a half snow/slush covered driver's window will see you coming better if you have your lights on?. Do folk not understand that when someone is sitting waiting to turn into a junction with the low winter sun in their eyes they will SEE YOU coming towards them if you have your lights on?. Infact, in many situations YOUR HEADLIGHTS might be the ONLY thing they see. Have you noticed that many Large Vehicle(bus, truck) drivers have their headlights on all the time?. That's because if you run into them you can't say you didn't see them. Edited December 9, 2017 by Kavi Ugl Frances144, George., sludgegulper and 1 other 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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