With shorter days during the cooler months in Australia, it's worth thinking about wet weather driving and the best ways to stay safe on the road even when visibility and driving conditions aren't ideal.
Here are a few tips for using your high beams. Take the time to read up on these and make sure you keep them in mind the next time you are driving at night.
High beams will help you spot these critters and potentially avoid a nasty collision.
You probably won't need to use your high beams when driving at speeds under 70 km/hour, however it's best to use your common sense. It's a good idea to always be thinking about ten seconds ahead of your car, so keep this in mind.
If a car is driving towards you with its high beams on, consider politely flashing your high beams a few times to remind them to switch theirs off.
You should also not use your high beams when it is raining particularly heavily, or when there is thick fog in the air. This is because your high beams can actually reflect back in this sort of weather and actually make seeing even more difficult!
If you are ever driving and find yourself in a situation where the weather makes it very difficult to see, the best idea is to slow down, stay calm, and switch on your hazard lights if you feel that they may make your car more visible to other drivers.
Sometimes your headlights may go out of alignment or become loose. This is difficult to spot but can be a big danger on the roads.
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