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Man Accidentally Rear-Ends Car and People Are Blaming Other Driver’s Headlights

The visibility in that car is not the best.

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You never know when you might need to stop short while driving. That's why it's always good to make sure your car's breaks are in good working order. 

Especially when you're dealing with winter weather or driving at night. Those factors can often impair visibility, making it more likely you might have to stop short to prevent your car from hitting something. 

A prime example of this is seen in a video posted by TikTok user @robloxiangod69420 Check it out below...

The visibility was not great. That windshield definitely looks like it could use a good cleaning. Here's what the internet had to say.

TikTok user @Shay'Nique noted the time of day and the brightness of the other car's headlights in her post, "If you can see, outside is dawn but the upcoming vehicles has those bright lights which make it hard for the driver to see in front of them." 

While TikTok user @Kieran had a different take when they posted, "Even though the LEDs were blinding you could still see the break lights." User @robloxiangod69420 responded to this comment when they said, "I Zoned out is my best guess, sh!t was stupid crash, never even had a close call before this IDK how it happened." 

The discussion continued when user @Kieran had a follow up comment, "That's fair, I'm assuming there were no major injuries?" To which user @robloxiangod69420 replied, "No, everyone was OK." (That's good. We're glad to know no one was hurt during this unfortunate accident.)    

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