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It sounds to me like your Quecha jacket should do the job - the main advantage of more expensive fabrics is improved breathability etc - it's ppossible for quite cheap materials to be very waterproof. Although investigate the zips - if they're not sealed/taped then water will ingress through them in sustained rain. Be aware that in the hills of the UK, the ...


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Here are a couple of maps showing normal onset and withdrawal dates of Southwest monsoon. Also useful to see withdrawal of monsoon: This map shows 2015 current progression day by day. Maybe more helpful for planning purposes is average historical precipitation (follow the link and click on the month on the left under "Normal Rainfall Maps" to see ...


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Weather department in India publishes a map every year like it has this year but if you base your travel completely on this, you'd be making a mistake. Lookout for the monsoon section on the site. The onset of monsoon season in India, typically early June on the southmost tips and mid to late July to the north most corners is how it is predicted, the ...


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I think better lights are the only real solution, especially if the road lines are unclear. I've always had more difficulty driving at night and try to stick with well-lit roads or streets I'm familiar with.


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There is not much you can do to support seeing lane markings. I would still visit an eye specialist (especially if you are getting old) because you can have nyctalopia (the inability to see the lane markings on low light is one warning sign) or photophobia, sensitivity to light (the rain causes strong light reflexes which does not allow the eye to see ...



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