I often drive my sports car to work on the Barnet Highway in the morning.
If you all have driven a true sports car (not a sports sedan) you'll know they are very low to the ground and water washes up on the windows much more than other vehicles. Combine this with the fact that SUV and pickup drivers often have headlights aimed right into the cabin, and you have a real glare problem.
Worse yet a lot of SUV and pickup drivers run their fog lamps and sometimes run improperly installed HID lighting exacerbating the glare problem.
Even all of that would not be so bad if it was not for the fact that a number of these SUV and pickup drivers must figure they are going to get to their destination faster if they tailgate, yet I see them at the stoplight only a few car lengths ahead of where they were before all their lame frenetic efforts.
The chances of them being able to safely stop / maneuver their needless tons of pig-iron are not promising at the best of times, let alone when it’s rainy and dark and they are tailgating.