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Driving at night

Why am I at higher risk of a collision at night?

Several factors could increase your risk of a collision. All drivers’ vision is reduced at night. Some drivers may be tired, which can affect their driving skills. More impaired drivers tend to be on the road at night, especially during late hours. Overall, driving at night involves more risk, and drivers who have flexible schedules should consider minimizing nighttime driving, in favor of driving during the day, when visibility is better.

Category: older driver safety, traffic rules and safety

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