We’ve all been hearing reports that a massive winter storm is headed for California.
Scientists believe it’s going to be an El Nino, and it should ease drought conditions in the state.
That being said, it’s a great time to remind everyone about headlight use while driving in the rain.
California requires drivers to illuminate their headlights during “inclement” weather.
What does that mean? In plain English, it’s when you can’t see 1,000 feet ahead of you, or when you’re using your windshield wipers.
In other words, if you’re using your wipers, turn your headlights on!
Poor visibility leads to more accidents, so take it from a Los Angeles car accident attorney: Whether you’re driving in the rain or the sun’s beating down on your windshield, slow down and be extra cautious.
For questions about your case, the Rabbi Lawyer is just one phone call away.