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High Performance Headlights – Improve Night Visibility

High Performance Headlights – Improve Night Visibility

Many accidents occur at night because drivers cannot see or have reduced light at night. Older headlights, pitted and scratched bulbs and dirty headlight lenses are several of the main culprits that reduce visibility sometimes as much as 50%. Imagine driving at night and only able to see 50% less light than what you normally are able to. Many people do this on a regular basis; not cleaning their headlights or installing new lights or light bulbs. High performance headlights with a good light bulb is another approach to improving your visibility at night in addition to keeping your lights and the bulb clean.

Drivers can keep their lights clean by getting into the habit of wiping their headlights with a damp rag. In conditions were there is a lot of dust or sand and salt on the road in winter time it is more important to keep lights clean and bulbs updated. As your headlights age their efficiency decreases and you may want to consider having the headlight replaced before they completely burn out. When you replace your headlights, a high performance headlight might be an option to consider. You will find that your night time visibility will significantly increase as much as 30 to 40% depending on the condition of your existing lights.

Performance headlights provide a brighter light bulb and create a safer driving environment which allows you to see further at night and provide more time for you to avoid night time dangers.

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Author Notes:

Roger Cartwright contributes and publishes news editorial to http://www.discount-light-bulbs.com.  Roger recently retired as president of a national lighting distributor. As a self appointed specialist he has been involved in the lighting industry for more than a decade.

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