Run At Night
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If you want to be visible during the dim hours, wear fluorescent colors. They're effective because they reemit light at longer wavelengths, making the material brighter than the brain expects, says Franklin Smith, technical service manager and engineer for 3M. And because our brains are designed to identify human movement, having something reflective on various points of motion (such as your head, wrists, ankles, and elbows) will help a driver see you from far away. Don't forget your sides: If you cross an intersection with only front and rear reflectivity, you could practically disappear.
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