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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Driving defensively is the best way for motorists to avoid accidents and protect themselves and their passengers from the risks of the road. But the importance of defensive driving is magnified when driving in hazardous conditions, especially when drivers' vision is potentially compromised.
Driving when visibility is poor can test the skills of even the most seasoned and careful motorists. Highway construction that produces debris, poorly lit roadways and driving during certain times of the day when everyone seems to be in a rush can all compromise drivers' vision. As a result, it's imperative that motorists take steps to protect their vision when driving in hazardous or even potentially hazardous conditions.
"Driving in wet weather is inherently dangerous, and driving risks increase considerably with the inability to see clearly through the windshield," said Dennis Samfilippo, General Manager of Philips Automotive.
A one-time treatment just a few times per year keeps windshields clean and visibility at a maximum. The Philips Windshield Treatment Kit is a do-it-yourself kit that can make windshield glass easier to clean for up to six months after application and can be used by anyone, from veteran auto enthusiasts to novice do-it-yourselfers. In just a few minutes, drivers can dramatically improve their vision thanks to the kit's unique, long-lasting hydrophobic technology designed specifically to coat windshield glass and make it easier to remove items that may obstruct a driver's vision, including ice, dirt and even bugs. Drivers can even take advantage of a new instructional YouTube video titled "Windshield Treatment Kit Video," which shows users the exact steps they need to take to help improve their field of vision in difficult driving conditions. The video can be found at www.philipsautolighting.com/windshieldkit.
More information is available at www.philips.com/automotive.
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