At night, you should use the __________ to make sure that you are not ?over-driving? your headlights.
- one-second sight distance rule
- four-second sight distance rule
- two-second sight distance rule
You must not drive faster than the distance you can see. Use the four-second sight distance rule for safe driving. Pick a stationary object that is as far ahead as you can see. Then count how many seconds it takes you to reach that object. If it takes you less than four seconds to reach it, you are driving too fast. You should also use this rule at night to make sure that you are not "over-driving" your headlights.
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