Fall weather brings shorter daylight hours and unpredictable driving conditions. This time of the year is especially critical for motorists to see and be seen.
Clear off your windshield
Keep your windshield clean without using products that accentuate the sun’s glare. Replace your old wiper blades with fresh ones to eliminate streaking, and always scrape off any frost in the morning before hitting the road.
Use your headlights
Make sure that your headlights work, and then turn them on whenever it’s foggy, raining, or while driving between dusk and dawn. And remember, when driving in fog, only use low beam settings so you won’t blind oncoming drivers, or yourself.