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    Re: Sunset, sunrise, civil & nautical twilight
    From: Craig Scott
    Date: 2002 Jan 30, 9:09 PM

    Here the law requires headlights 30 Minutes after SUNSET till 30 minutes
    before SUNRISE. ;)
    
    Craig
    
     -----Original Message-----
    From    Navigation Mailing List [mailto:NAVIGATION-L{at}LISTSERV.WEBKAHUNA.COM]
    On Behalf Of Jared Sherman
    Sent:   Wednesday, January 30, 2002 22:14
    To:     NAVIGATION-L{at}LISTSERV.WEBKAHUNA.COM
    Subject:        Re: [NAV-L] Sunset, sunrise, civil & nautical twilight
    
    DAn-
     
    Here the law requires headlights from 30 minutes after "sunrise" to 30
    minute before "sunset" with no further definition. That would be 7-1/2
    degrees, so perhaps our motor vehicle code is just recognizing a similar
    standard of darkness to that one civil twilight recognizes. But it is
    definitely not quite the same.
     I was taught that the motor vehicle code was based on how much light was
    needed to read the small print in a newspaper, i.e. how bright it is out.
    

       
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