Driving at Night
Driving at night is an important skill that will be essential for most drivers, but many new drivers have very little experience of night driving before they pass their driving test. This often results in an inexperienced driver attempting to deal with the extra danger of night driving on their own. While only around a quarter of all driving is done at night, more than half of all accidents occur at night. The reduced visibility when light levels are low will make it much more difficult to spot hazards on the road ahead, reducing the time for decisions and leading to sudden braking or steering. This video will show how to get ready for night driving, and how to keep safe when driving in 3 scenarios - urban areas, country roads and major roads.