The winter season brings more than just temperature changes and the possibility of wet and icy conditions. It also ushers in ever-shortening daylight hours, which in turn exposes us to more RV nighttime driving. For the average automobile driver, this issue is of little consequence, but it is a different story for many recreational vehicle owners. Most RV folks rarely drive in the dark of night, as the majority travel in the summer when the days are long. Additionally, many prefer operating their rigs in the daytime. Often owners will speak of their class A headlights seemingly not being as efficient as they are accustomed to on their family auto or SUV. This, however, could be a misconception. There may be other culprits to blame here. Photo: OrcaTec/Pixabay. So, let’s look at some tips that may help RV owners during their night passages: Shine Your Light If you are embarking on a road trip that will require a fair amount of night driving, you should first visually check that all your unit’s running lights are fully operational, including the brake and directional signals. Be sure the windshield is clean inside and out. Water stains and film-like coatings on the windscreen can make vision extremely poor in the face of oncoming headlights. Also, be sure the headlamp lenses are clean so they can illuminate your path to the best of their ability. You’ll find several headlight cleaners available from retailers . Photo: PIxabay Adjusting Your Eyes The wearing of sunglasses […]