Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Headlights Make for Safer Driving Even During Daylight
Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicate that less traffic accidents occur at nighttime than daytime, when there are more vehicles on the road and more pedestrians walking around. And the number one thing you can do, if you don't have daylight running lights (DRLs), and you choose not to do a retrofit install of DRLs, is turn your lights on. Most cars will automatically turn off your headlights 30 seconds or so after you turn off your car, so you can just leave your headlights in the Always On position.