Many of us flip our headlights on as it gets dark and don't think much more about them. They illuminate the roadway so that we can see our way home. But they also serve a very important purpose during inclement weather: they allow other drivers to see you and avoid auto accidents.
As winter weather sets in, it's important to remember to turn your headlights on even during daylight hours. When the roadways are obscured with fog or blowing rain and snow, your car's lights are often the only way to keep your vehicle visible to other drivers on the road before they drive too close.
A good rule of thumb to remember is that if you need your wipers, then you should turn your headlights on. It could mean the difference between arriving safely at your destination and being involved in an auto accident.
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