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This depends on the laws of your country. When it is dark, when it is raining, when it is foggy, etc
Could be bad headlights, foggy or dirty headlight casing, poor power output (bad battery or alternator).
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No, you should not use high-beam headlights at all in heavy fog.
Full beam lights in foggy conditions will reflect the light directly back at the driver. Dipped headlights should be used instead.
No. Either use your regular headlights since they help other drivers see you. Also, slow down.
Well if it isn't foggy, Santa can still fly, but if it is, he might have to install headlights or radar.
The headlights are brighter than the car.
Light from your headlights goes out from the lamps with no material to hit until it reaches the ground or an object in front of you. In foggy weather there are millions of tiny water droplets in the air. Some of these droplets reflect the headlight beams and shows us the overall path. This is what causes that overall path of your headlights showing up so well on a foggy evening.
No. 1000 grit wet sand, 2000 grit wet sand, white rubbing compound, clean with windex, do this all by hand. Repeat if needed. Can also purchase a headlight kit at Autozone. ADDED: If rubbing wet sand on it is your idea of how to clean any part of a car, I am glad you are nowhere near mine.....
Yes, when driving in foggy conditions you should use your headlights which allows oncoming drivers to see you at the earliest possible moment. However, for safety, you should not use your highbeams [bright] as the fog will reflect back much of the light, reducing your ability to see into [through] the fog.
once a week.
Sweep out any debris. Amend the chemicals and run the pump.
I had very roadworn plastic headlights on mt Dodge Caravan.I cleaned them very carefully with 800 grit wet 'n dry paper and lots of soapy water for about 15 min, then 1000 grit paper, still with soapy water , then buffed with abrasive toothpaste. About 2 hours work and they look new. - - You can buy plastic polishing paste, but you need 2 -3 grades of it at about $18 each. Ok if your doing a lot of headlights, too much for 1 car.
It would depend on how dirty they are. Keeping headlights clean would be in your best interest.
i want to submit a suggestion when you're driving down the road and it is foggy and you can't see the lines i was wondering what they could put on the lines on the road so your headlights can see the lines when it is foggy my email: JoAnn.Trappett@hill.af.mil
Not use their high beams and drive dramatically lower speeds.
Many household items can be used as effective headlight cleaners. For normal grime, simple soap and water may do the trick. For yellow or foggy headlights, one should mix some water and baking soda to make a type of paste and rub that in circular motions to clean the headlights. Toothpaste, any kind though especially those with whitening formulas, is good for cleaning headlights as well as reducing the appearance of scratches.
I think it is very dirty and needs to be cleaned.
"dirt on the headlights can reduce their effectiveness up to 50 percent." drivegreen.com
If you're trying to clean them the haze is not on the inside it is on the outside. You can clean them by using a product called Crystalenz. I use their product when I detail headlights at used car dealerships and it works really well.
Your headlights should be on whenever it will make a difference on the road. If you can look at the road and be able to tell that your headlights are on/off, then they should be on. Some states, such as New York, require headlights to be on when visibility is limited, such as in rain or fog, even in the day, regardless of whether or not you can see them on the road. In fact, one of the criteria for headlights is whether or not you are using your windshield wipers. At dusk or, in some states where mandated, when it is raining or foggy and you need to turn on your windshield wipers.