Nevada Jury Instructions: Range Of Vision

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RANGE OF VISION

             It is the duty of a driver of a motor vehicle, using a public highway in the nighttime, to be vigilant at all times and to drive at such rate of speed and to keep his vehicle under such control that, to avoid a collision, he can stop within the distance the highway is illuminated by its lights.

NEV J.I. 5.01

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