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I read in a new Harley manual about safety where it said to be careful coming out of darkness into a well lit area because it takes time for your eyes to adjust. I wanted to read that part again. Can I find it online?

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I have no idea of where it is written but it's a well known fact that transitioning from darkness to brightly lit areas does create a hazardous situation. The reverse is also true. The problem is bad on young drivers but even worse as the dirvers age gets older. For more information about this, contact the International Dark Sky Association http://www.darksky.org/mc/page.do;jsessionid=6A21902207FE1528A799201913EE5925.mc1?sitePageId=119791 or ask the Department of Transportation about their regulations concerning street and highway lighting.

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