When should you use your high beams?
high beam is for open country driving when there is no traffic in sight
High beams are the lights you want to use when driving at night when no one else is in front of you. High beams will give you increased visibility, and that's a good thing except when you're blinding other drivers, or driving in severe fog or rain. In severe fog or rain high beams can actually be worse.
Look down to the right hand side and use the edge of the road as a guide. If you are MORE than 500 feet away from the car with it's high beams on, it IS legal to briefly "flash" your high beams on AND right back off. However, if you are LESS than 500 feet from the oncoming car, you could get a ticket for briefly turning your high beams on/off as a reminder-signal to…