Well, the timing of this is ironic, just received an email about a fellow employee that had a commercial vehicle make a left hand turn in front of him.
broken collarbone, 5 broken ribs, slight puncture of his lung.
I know we all get kind of 'worked up' when it comes to headlight modulators. And there's all kinds of anecdotal evidence both pro and con.
But it's this exact scenario (left from the median) that is the most dangerous to us, and I don't know what else we can do?
I've heard the rebuttals before... "don't be in that lane", "it's never a problem for me" etc etc. But be realistic, we all find ourselves in those situations, it can't be avoided, and there's nothing we can do but hope they see us...