I didn't seen any threads dedicated to this, so I decided to start one.
New Jersey has a state law requiring motorists to turn their headlights on whenever their windshield wipers are on. Over the past two days, we've had some pretty heavy rain, but I'd venture to guess that at least a quarter of drivers that I've seen on the road have been driving with their headlights off. How can they see what's going on around them, and how can they been seen by others? This especially applies to silver vehicles.
Does anyone else have this problem where they live?