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Biography: The Standard - The Impact of Working on a Night Trip

The Standard - To avoid critical traffic jams while working on long trips such as Lebaran homecoming. Normally many vehicle users try to schedule an early departure or at night. But it is not not a factor, if many people work on trips at night. Because the average person thinks that night is the same as a quieter street, don't wonder if this mindset is still changing into the tradition of many vehicle users. But did you know that working long distances at night has many dangers, and even the risk can be doubled. Why?

https://www.thehdstandard.com - According to Marcel Kurniawan, RDC's Trainning Director, working on the night's journey the impact could be doubled. "Usually at night our body situation naturally shrinks. As well as driving when the visibility decreases the risk increases to 20%, "he said in Jakarta, last time. Not to mention, said Marcel, driving at night was getting more and more obstacles because the driver must have only trusted both eyes. Another matter according to Marcel, with an increasingly added age certainly we need more and more light to look at. If you just entrust the headlights so the risk will also be much greater.

The Standard - The situation is different if we drive in the afternoon or morning, so the visibility of the eye will increase its scope. So it's safe, "he said. While working on a trip in the afternoon, said Marcel, it was just as dangerous as the night, because it must have been intensely dim and turned into a flet. "The solution is quite simple, just lower the vehicle speed or speed. And even if just entrusting the headlights not with street lighting, so try to keep the average speed below 70 km / hour, "said the smiling man.
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