Be considerate with bright headlights

Be considerate with bright headlights To those that have glaring bright automotive lights: please restrict your use of headlights to low beam when following or approaching other vehicles. Please use only two headlights (not auxiliary or fog lights). Ce

To those that have glaring bright automotive lights: please restrict your use of headlights to low beam when following or approaching other vehicles. Please use only two headlights (not auxiliary or fog lights).

Certainly you likely can see better; however, the oncoming traffic and traffic that you are following can hardly see. If you have had people flash their high beams at you, consider getting your lights aimed. Because other people cannot see, you, your family and/or friends may be involved in an accident.

If you are thinking about having the bright glaring lights installed, please have them installed in your high beam only. This way you can control when they are used.

To all drivers: to reduce the glare of oncoming lights make sure you windshield both inside and out is as clean as possible. Any dust, dirt, and smoke refracts the glaring lights even more. Also adjust your mirrors so the light behind you does not shine in your eyes.

Your co-operation will be appreciated.

Gayle Moffatt

Whitehorse

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