Be prepared for the fact that you may not be able to drive the speed limit, and still be able to recognize hazards, react promptly, and get the vehicle stopped in time.
Good vision is limited to the areas illuminated by the headlights.
On roads where deer are likely to be present, don’t look for the deer as much as for their eyes.
DON’T OVERDRIVE YOUR HEADLIGHTS
The faster you drive, the shorter the distance you can see ahead.
When you round a curve, headlights shine straight ahead off the road, reducing already limited vision. Reducing speed is the only way to solve the problem.
Glare from other vehicles can be a problem. Glance off to the right to avoid being blinded by the headlights of oncoming vehicles.