Just wanting to get your guys opinions. When riding at night, when you meet a car do you dim your lights or just leave on the high beam? Seems that when I dim my light I cant see s#$t.
There was a glitch so I have the $70 HID kit back in there. Just in time for the trip this weekend.how did i know this was comeing!!:joke: I agree though I don`t have a HID but want one just need the coin first!! hey ryno how is the testing going with the new design
:agree: I adjusted mine up alittle and use a different bulb with a whiter light beam.If I have issues seeing far ahead, I "drive by the line", pay attention to the white line while visibility is lower in the distance. If there is traffic coming toward you, you can use their lights to see also. A combination of all of the above gets me through.
Running your high beams is just asking for trouble, not to mention a ticket.
May I suggest adjusting your headlight up a little if it's that bad??
If you can't see with your low beams you either need to get your low beams re-alighned or not drive at night but yes go from high to low when you see an oncoming car. Not only is it the law but if you blind him and he swerves into your lane, your screwed anyway.I hate getting high beamed, and I know its the law but I would rather high beam someone than run off the road in a curve because im tring to be curtious.