Driving into the rising or setting sun can be hazardous due to the glare. Your eyes can't adjust to the bright light, which makes it hard to drive safely. Here are a few ways you can keep the rays of the sun out of your eyes and drive safer at the same time.

All drivers in the house need to have good polarized sunglasses. The polarization helps reduce the amount of light that gets into the eyes. Everyone should also know how to use a sun visor. It can provide extra protection from the glare. Before getting into the driver's seat, make sure the windshield is clean and the dashboard is clear of papers.

Always give yourself extra stopping room when you are fighting glare. It will give you more time to react when someone hits the brakes ahead of you. Test drive your next vehicle here at Griffin Phillis Ford LLC in Seneca, PA.

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