Although night driving has its own challenges, it is significant to be aware of the hurdles other drivers are facing too. At night, you may find fewer cars on the road, but you may be extra cautious while driving on the roads. Many people on the roads are drunk drivers, mostly at night, you have to imagine what you can do to keep your car and yourself safe.
Try to let them go first if they are honking at the back of your car, do not race with them in terms of competing for getting ahead of them. If you are on a one-way street and their car is coming towards you, use a dipper at night or car honk, so that they can better be in some senses to adjust their car and let you cross by safely. Be careful here, by using a dipper don’t expect they will adjust their car on the road, try to drive slow so that you can gauge their driving style and take possible steps of careful driving when needed.
With all of these factors in force, it is necessary to be conscious of other vehicles while driving at night.