如果后车开大灯晃你眼睛，也可以通过调整后视镜避免。 How do I avoid lights in Rear view mirror Which Flashesh on your eyes while driving at night?
Most cars now have bi-directional mirrors for night driving. You'll find a little flip switch on the bottom of the rear view mirror. Flipping the switch causes the mirror to tilt down a few degrees. However, you should still have a perfect view or the road behind but now with reduced brightness. This will prevent the glare of the headlights from distracting you when driving.
Some high end cars have auto-dimming rear view mirrors that will adjust their brightness for you. You can purchase these for your car for somewhere between $100 and $250 if you wanted. However, just flipping the switch for night driving will work. Many people just don't know it is there.
If the rear car is flashing his headlights, it means he wants to pass. Find a suitable section of road, slow and indicate allowing them to do so.
If the car behind has his headlights on constantly, then they are a new driver or a jerk and all you can do is curse them and hope that they will pass. Unfortunately many people like to tailgate a night because it is much easier to drive following someone's rear lights than it is to night drive on a clear road.