Uploaded by user @e.guy0, this clip is the basis for some conversation in the comments. “I’m sorry, but those lights can be blinding sometimes,” writes commenter @2ndgendiesel. “I am not going to lie,” says @kikomo15. “I almost hit a cop car on the highway. Those lights are bright. Kind of blinded me. At night those lights are dangerous.” “Why would you stop in what looks like a live lane of traffic?” asks @whydoineedausername____. User @that_guy_2592 offers a similar thought: That’s awful, but one thing I try to preach to my cop buddies is to make the driver pull off a side street or a gas station so they can safely do the stop." “Guys, she had plenty of warning. He had his lights on. I can see them for miles,” remarks @only2_gendersnomore. “It’s the other driver’s fault for not pulling over more,” asserts @carolinawt. “But also, you could’ve pulled over more. If there were more cars coming they’d need to merge, slowing traffic.” We post videos such as these as part of our coverage because we hope there are specific behaviors drivers can learn and implement to help make our roads safer for all of us. Recommended For You

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