Night-time driving not only diminishes a driver's visibility, but also their distance and speed perception, making it harder to judge a situation.  Driving at night, particularly out-of-town, exposes drivers to poorly lit roads, other speeding drivers, drunk road-users,  other vehicles with  partially functional lights and stray cattle or goats.

Research indicates that although we  generally do only 25% of our driving at night, this activity  carries a fatal-accident rates risk that is  three times greater at night than during the day. These statistics apply to first world countries and are no doubt considerably higher in Africa.

This is aggravated  by the fact that the incidence of drunk driving  and alcohol related accidents significantly increase after hours as shown by the graph below:-

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