Sunglare … Where?

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James R. Schmidt, Jr., BSME, Sr. Collision Reconstruction Engineer ::::
This is one of the times of year where motorists are regularly encountering sun glare. The sun is low in the eastern sky during morning rush hour. The sun is low in the western sky during evening rush hour.
Take this morning, for example. I was on my ride to work, and voila … sun glare!
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“Where?”, you ask. Well, not for my westbound direction of travel. But, take a look behind me…
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Wow! That is some serious sun glare!
So, another reminder to keep your windows clean (inside and out), and to use your sun visors!
James R. Schmidt, Jr., BSME, is a Sr. Collision Reconstruction Engineer with DJS Associates and can be reached via email at experts@forensicDJS.com or via phone at 215-659-2010.

 

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