headlamp

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headlamp

1. Lighting device fitted to a vehicle and used to provide illumination on the road. 2. A lamp strapped to the forehead of a surgeon or miner, enabling light to be directed where required leaving both hands free.
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Every one of the 62 award winners for 2018 is available with headlights that are at least acceptable.
He said that dazzling lights and headlights in high-beam mode could cause accidents by blinding motorists in the opposite lane as well vehicles on the same lane.
If you're having trouble seeing behind the wheel at night, it could very well be your headlights and not your eyes that are to blame," David Zuby, IIHS executive vice president and chief research officer, said in a (http://www.
According to the bill, it states headlights and taillights are to be turned on when there is "insufficient light due to unfavorable atmospheric conditions'' and "visibility is reduced such that persons or vehicles on the roadway are not clearly discernible at a distance of 500 feet, or the vehicle's windshield wipers are needed.
And don't leave your headlights on when you leave the car at the roadside as we think you're waiting to come through.
The Smart Headlights is also currently in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
By not illuminating the raindrops the headlights would avoid a common problem: in
I put my headlights on so that oncoming drivers who are driving into the sun can see me.
dipped headlights, even in good daylight, may also make you more conspicuous.
I am asking all drivers to slow down and reduce their speeds and I'm appealing to them to use their dipped headlights.
Follow along with us as we not only rebuild the motors on both headlights of our C5, but using the kit from Corvette Central will prevent us from having any more trouble in the future.
Adaptive headlights are another aid for night driving," said research director Larry Fisher.