The reduced visibility and increased difficulty of assessment of speed and distance are a further challenge for driving at night. In a developing country such as India, street lights are not available in most cases and dimmed in other cases. There is a risk exposure situation. Any risk possibilities should be minimized by taking all measures.

Before making any move forward, take precautions. The first tip for a night drive is to use the headlights optimally. Clamps should be used advisably from one hour before the dawn. It is not said that during weather disturbances such as a thunderstorm headlights should be used. The use of high-beam lights in the night should be intelligent, as other drivers are blinded. Secondly, you have to know where to point the vehicle light. The other drivers can also help. High beam lights are also used for passing on to other vehicles and for communicating during night driving.

During driving at night, one should always be safe. It provides reasonable time to take action in the event of an error. In the event of drive on mountains or valleys it is always advisable to start early, as roads are difficult and the weather conditions further worsen the visibility. Sleep may be the greatest risk for a drive at night. Before starting a long drive, ensure good sleep. Use all your senses and be alert during the night driving. Check all mirrors and be alerted to coming lights. Only in the night can one optimally base decisions on driving. First of all, security is always.