How can you get a better view of the road ahead at night? Check all that apply. How can you get a better view of the road ahead at night? Check all that apply.

  • A. Use your high beam light if another vehicle isn't coming towards you

  • B. Sit upright

  • C. Wear sunglasses to cut down the glare of other drivers' lights

  • D. Use another vehicle's tail lights to help judge the road ahead

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    The correct answer is A, B, D
     
    Correct. Use your high beam (except in fog, when you are following another vehicle, and when other vehicles are coming towards you), sit upright, and use other vehicles' tail lights to help you anticipate corners and bumps in the road.
     
 
 
 

The other way of getting a better view of the road is the same technique as you would use during the day, and that is to maximise your view around corners using the correct road position. 

Check out the 'cornering lane position' section of this article for a detailed explanation.