Drive Safe at Night
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Always change headlight bulbs in pairs. If you only change one, the new one will likely be brighter than the old one, causing an uneven field of illumination.
If the lenses on a vehicle’s headlights are cloudy or hazy, replacing the bulbs may not be enough. Consider a headlight restoration kit, which restores headlights to like-new condition and performance light output. The SYLVANIA Headlight Restoration Kit includes a proprietary UV Block Clear Coat that protects headlights from UV rays and offers long lasting results. Learn more about taking care of your headlights at www.sylvania.com/auto.
Practice Safe Night Driving
Don’t get caught in the glare. If light from oncoming vehicles shines directly into your eyes, look downward and to the right. Look toward the white line on the side of the road – this lets you see cars around you with your peripheral vision, but cuts down on the glare.
Use your lights appropriately. When following other vehicles, use your low beams so you don’t disturb other drivers.
Increase the distance between you and the cars ahead of you. It’s harder to judge the speed of other vehicles at night, so you need to give yourself plenty of room to stop safely.
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