Traffic specialist Roman Bosky draws attention to the other pitfalls in the news, which many pedestrians will not realize: Reflective vests will be mandatory even under reduced visibility, not just in the dark. "Pedestrians must remember their visibility using reflexive elements even at dusk or dawn, even in the daytime in the case of mist or heavy rain," he says, pointing to the local delimitation only outside the village.
It was originally intended to impose a duty regardless of whether a pedestrian is in or out of the village. "The quality of road lighting was crucial. Foreign colleagues, for example, from Finland unambiguously affirm that in countries where it was primarily the duty to wear reflective clothing outside of the community, a universal duty has been introduced over time. Still, there are many dark corners in the towns and villages, where the driver can overlook the darkness of an invisible pedestrian, "ends buds.
And watch out for one trick! "It is not enough to have a flashlight or other light source. From the point of view of the legislation, you must have retro reflective materials, "says Pert Omaha of the Czech Republic.