Drivers urged to be prepared for the risks of darker nights on the roads
Police in West Norfolk have launched a new campaign to improve road safety on darker evenings this autumn.
The initiative, called Operation Dark Nights, has begun ahead of the clocks going back this weekend, at a time when incidents of collisions tend to rise.
Officers are taking part in a two-week operation of roadside checks on vehicles, which they say is intended to educate motorists about the risks of driving with car defects.
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