How should you position the car when you are driving on a country road void of traffic in the dark?
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In the dark it is better to drive closer to the middle of the road (keep left in the lane), since it is more difficult to see what is happening along the edges, for example, if an animal jumps out.
If you encounter an oncoming car, however, you should move a little to the right to reduce the risk of a head-on collision.
Note: Keeping left in the lane often more or less means the same position as driving close to the middle of the carriageway. See the definitions:
This is an example of one of the driving theory questions at Körtkortonline.se (also in theory tests in Arabic).
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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