High Beams Laws and Best Use Tips

When driving along dark, twisted roads in the middle of nowhere, many people turn on their high beams lights, also known as “bright lights.” High beam lights can illuminate the road up to three times as much as your normal headlights, but they come with their own set of rules.

If used the wrong way, your car’s bright lights can be very hazardous to other drivers, even increasing the risk of wrecks. It’s important to know all the rules and safety guidelines for using your high beam lights the proper way.

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