Driving at Night
Driving at night for the first time can be a strange experience. More so for people who learned to drive during the summer when days are long. Driving without an instructor beside you for the first time can be a bit scary; much more so in the dark!
Even after gaining experience, many drivers still go about in darkness in exactly the same way they do during the day. They show no recognition or regard for the extra demands that driving at night makes on us. Drivers need to adapt in a number of ways to make allowances for the lack of visibility. There are also rules and regulations with regard to lighting and parking which differ from those set during the day.
During the spring and summer months the weather is at worst wet and windy, but winter driving presents a whole new set of problems. An inexperienced driver’s first encounter with the perils of winter motoring can be a daunting time, for those unprepared and lacking in the basic knowledge of how to cope with such conditions the results can be deadly.
Ice, rain, snow and fog, all present extra hazards affecting not only visibility; but control of the vehicle too. A whole new set of skills need to be learned and put into practise. Do you have them? If the answer is no, then this book has been written for you.
New and experienced motorists alike can all benefit from useful advice. The Glovebox Guide to Driving at Night & in Bad Weather has been written to make night-time and winter driving a more pleasant…and safer experience!
The Highway Code rules for driving in bad weather are included.