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Driving at night

Motorists in West Virginia who drive at night are at risk for certain hazards. In fact, traffic fatalities are three times more likely to occur while it is. In order to remain safe, it is important for drivers to be aware of the difficulties associated with driving at nighttime.

There are multiple reason reasons why driving during the night brings a higher risk of crashing. There is a decreased visibility that can make it more difficult to see road signs, animals and other vehicles. It also makes gauging the distance between one's vehicle and other objects much harder.

Individuals with nyctalopia, or night blindness, many also find it difficult to drive safely at night. This inability to see properly in inadequate light may stem from cataracts or other conditions related to one's vision. Some of the indications of nyctalopia include problems with peripheral vision or the loss of central vision.

Age is also a factor in how well drivers are able to see at night. The National Safety Council states that drivers who are 50 years old may require two times as much light in order to see as well as a driver who is 30 years old.

It's also important to note that road construction is more prevalent at night. Drivers should remain vigilant when approaching construction zones. They should expect to have to stop and drive slowly as they pass by the areas.

Individuals who are injured in car accidents due to the negligence of another party may have legal options. A personal injury attorney may examine the factors that contributed to a crash and pursue financial damages on behalf of the victim.

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