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|9th April 2006, 19:32||#31|
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Keep your windshield scrupulously clean. I carry a spray bottle of Colin glass window cleaner in the dry season and fill it with detergent in the heavy monsoon.
If you can manage it, try not to drive at all on unfamiliar roads at night. You never know what you're going to hit when momentarily blinded by the oncoming driver's high-beams.
And last but not the least, don't do high speeds on an undivided highway, day or night.
|14th April 2015, 07:44||#32|
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Windshield Car Visors
Came across the following product on groupon
An anti glare day and night car visor. From the pics the products looks impressive, and will at least work for those who are tall (not sure about short and medium folks). Has anyone tried such a product? Any experiences to share. Bengaluru, most folks drive with high beam it does get quite difficult to drive at night. Some images to show the product (Image couresy Groupon.co.in)
Last edited by kmadhok : 14th April 2015 at 07:45. Reason: Added Image source
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