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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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Another 47 vehicles earn the Top Safety Pick award, which now requires acceptable or good headlights.
From Fords to Ferraris, consumers are all searching for an easier quicker way to restore their headlight lenses to original clarity for both appearance and increased safety.
The Kia Optima provides good visibility with its curve-adaptive headlight system but produces excessive glare for oncoming vehicles on low beam approaches, giving it a poor rating.
Under current state law, Chapter 85, section 15, headlights are to be turned on a half-hour before sunrise and a half hour after sunset.
Washington, July 10 ( ANI ): While driving in the rain, or when there is snow fall, visibility sometimes gets worse when the headlights are on.
I AM writing with regard to the letter from DV of West Kirby (ECHO, Sep 10) regarding the need for motorcyclists to ride with their headlights on, and the intimidating manner in which they ride their motorcycles.
Corvette Central has a headlight motor rebuild kit that offers a perfect solution.
BBC ONE'S early evening flagship programme, The One Show was scheduled to feature concerns about the growing strength of car headlights and vision as OT went to press.
All headlight restoration kits include sandpaper and polishing compound, and they all do a decent job.
Use a squirt bottle to gently spray the headlight with warm water.
The monsters are vehicles with one failed headlight - and road safety organisations are stressing the danger they present.
introduces a portable LED headlight and endoscope light source system.