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If a motor vehicle is operated on a roadway or shoulder adjacent to a roadway during the times provided in section 28-922, the driver shall use a distribution of light or composite beam that is directed high enough and that has sufficient intensity to reveal persons and vehicles at a safe distance in advance of the vehicle, subject to the following requirements and limitations:
1. If a driver of a vehicle approaches an oncoming vehicle within five hundred feet, the driver shall use a distribution of light or composite beam aimed so that the glaring rays are not projected into the eyes of the oncoming driver. The lowermost distribution of light or composite beam provided in section 28-941, paragraph 2 is deemed to avoid glare at all times, regardless of road contour and loading.
2. If the driver of a vehicle follows another vehicle within two hundred feet to the rear, except when engaged in the act of overtaking and passing, the driver shall use a distribution of light permissible under this article other than the uppermost distribution of light specified in section 28-941, paragraph 1.