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Question: When driving at night and you encounter curves, what do you have to remember?

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  1.  Speed up so you can get through them quickly.
  2.  Your headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.
  3.  Use only your low beams because they cut into the curves better.
  4.  Move to the right side of the road and go to high beams.

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2. Your headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.

When driving at night and you encounter curves, you have to remember: headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.


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When driving at night and you encounter curves, you have to remember: headlights point straight ahead, not into the curve.

Never override your headlight (do not go so fast that you cannot STOP in the distance you can see in your headlight).

Best to reduce speed a bit, use high beams and look for headlights of any car/vehicles coming from the opposite direction.

And be alert. Stay safe people.

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