Sometimes I think that the most useful skill I have, cultivated in East Africa, is that of driving on unlit roads when oncoming traffic has lights so bright I can't see.
In Rwanda and Uganda, that was because no one believes in turning off their bright beams.
In the US, it is because my car is small and many big SUVs now have extra bright headlights that shine directly down into my eyes.
Either way, I have long experience in looking down to the side, away from the light, at the edge of the road and nothing more. It doesn't even give me a headache anymore the way it did when I first moved to Rwanda and would have to go to bed early whenever I went to Kigali.