On top of that, motorists who don’t have a clear view of the road could receive three penalty points.
Andy Alderson, CEO and founder of Vanarama, said: “With the UK experiencing a heatwave, many people will be planning to hit the road to visit the summer attractions.
“However, if drivers are not prepared to drive in bright sunlight, they could endanger themselves and other road users.
“To avoid being sun dazzled while driving, motorists should check that their windshield is clean before leaving, wear tinted sunglasses, and maintain a safe distance from other drivers when the sun distorts their view.”
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