Driving at night might present more hazards than daytime driving. Nighttime blurriness is common, and bright headlights often lead to glares, halos around headlights and starbursts, which makes vision extremely challenging. A Baylor College of Medicine ophthalmologist explains the risks of nighttime driving.
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