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Evil Slime
 
One of my advanced driving school students was complaining about night driving, blaming his difficulties on advancing age. Not even the high quality headlights of his Porsche Cayenne seemed to make a difference. I asked how often he cleaned the inside of his vehicle's windows. He looked at me with that confused expression some folks show when you ask if they ever check their car's tire pressures.
 
Slime gathers on the inside of those windows, and can not only make the glass fog more easily, but also cut visibility considerably. In addition, that layer of pollution, some of which actually come's from the vehicle's plastic parts and upholstery, can create a crosspoint filter effect on a rainy night. Seeing stars while driving isn't a great idea. Invest in some window cleaner, and use it.

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