Headlights are too bright and drivers aren’t bright enough. These are the prevailing sentiments from responses to Washington’s call for traffic safety advice. In a bid to gauge which concerns should rank highest among those to be considered by Washington through 2005, the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’recently solicited public opinion. Three days before the suggestion box was scheduled to close Sept. 23, the agency had received fewer than 20 submissions. ...

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