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Which of the following statements about using your headlights is FALSE?


You must use your headlights from sunset to sunrise and whenever visibility is below 500 feet. You should switch your headlights on whenever you think other drivers may have difficulty seeing you. You should not use your high beams when you are within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle or following another vehicle within 200 feet. Use low beams instead. Also use low beams in fog, snow, or heavy rain. Light from high beams reflects back from such precipitation and causes glare. [Driving in Uncertain Weather Conditions, Driving at Night; Chapter 5: Safe Vehicle Operation; Indiana Driver's Manual]