How many more times do we have to have a transport truck slam into slowing traffic before something is done?
Do transport trucks not have forward collision warning systems?? If not, they should be mandatory.
Vision Zero Street Team :: City of Edmonton https://t.co/z1L6lknrAn via @cityofedmonton
Days are getting shorter and visibility is decreasing. Great article about how to combat "The Glare" and "The Dark".
End of Daylight Saving Time means increased driving danger https://t.co/a3fNuZZSVi via @salinapost
Most articles, including this one, focus on sleep deprivation and drowsy driving. Yes, changes in sun position and sun glare are briefly mentioned, yet I believe this is a vastly overlooked contributor to crashes after the time change.
Time change increases dangerous driving https://t.co/u0yyBHFf9k via @KSNNews @AAguilarKSN
Sun glare during the morning and afternoon commutes are discussed. As is early darkness and the increased danger to pedestrians.
Sun glare in the morning >
AAA: Clock change equals a different commute come Monday via Times Leader https://t.co/w3zaWqLH9R
Warnings about sun glare in the morning and darkness on the way home.
Renewed call for warning lights after rail death via Haslemere Herald https://t.co/9KL67uBN7q
Senior out walking his dog may not have seen oncoming train due to low sun glare.
The 3 keys to defensive driving... anticipate, anticipate, anticipate.
RT @SunPosition: Sun glare tough in late stages at @PhoenixRaceway according to @JimmieJohnson - https://t.co/yU4J1P1s60
The late stages at PIR are tough with the sun in your eyes.— Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson)
“@SunPosition: Which tracks do you find worst for sun and shade?”
Sun Glare Traffic Collision Wreaks Havoc In Ladera Ranch https://t.co/pxcYomk3yW— Trabuco Canyon Patch (@TrabucoPatch) November 28, 2017