By David Meyer
When daylight dwindles and deer start becoming more mobile, correct usage of high beams becomes an important practice. In an effort to see more clearly, drivers should use their high-beam headlights when driving in darkness. But, Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski has tips for what to do when you are sharing the road with someone who has forgotten to dim their lights.
In addition, during fog, rain, and snow it is harder for drivers to see when they have their high beams on. The reason being, in those situations your lights will be reflected back and cause a glare. So the use of low beams and/or fog lamps is recommended for drivers in fog, rain, or snow.