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Synonyms for headlight

a powerful light with reflector

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Another 47 vehicles earn the Top Safety Pick award, which now requires acceptable or good headlights.
To qualify for a 2018 Top Safety Pick award, vehicles must have Good ratings in driver-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, and roof strength and head restraint tests, as well as Advanced or Superior rating for front crash prevention, and an Acceptable or Good headlight rating.
Delivery of 2 headlight testers for digital headlight tests including 2 level sensors for automatic measurement and 2 matching protective hoods.
During a visit to field ways on national highway, the DIG said that many road users on national highways install high beam headlights which not only cause inconvenience to others but also increasing the risk of accidents.
IIHS focused on the issue as automakers shift to LED or high-intensity discharge lamps for headlights instead of traditional halogen lamps, and use new technology for curve-adaptive headlights that turn based on the direction of the wheels.
The headlight is designed to balance perfectly on the surgeon's head.
Under current state law, Chapter 85, section 15, headlights are to be turned on a half-hour before sunrise and a half hour after sunset.
Please don't use fog lights either alone or with dipped headlights on clear nights or rainy nights.
The Smart Headlights removes the element of potential oversight by the driver with respect to turning on headlights during a storm.
Washington, July 10 ( ANI ): While driving in the rain, or when there is snow fall, visibility sometimes gets worse when the headlights are on.
CAN someone please explain the reluctance of many motorists to switch on their headlights when visibility is poor or we have inclement weather?
I AM writing with regard to the letter from DV of West Kirby (ECHO, Sep 10) regarding the need for motorcyclists to ride with their headlights on, and the intimidating manner in which they ride their motorcycles.
AN MEP has appealed to motorists to slow down and switch on their headlights to save lives this summer.
AND IF THAT NOISE ISN'T ANNOYING ENOUGH, AT LEAST ONE OF THE HEADLIGHTS DOESN'T COME UP, OR DOESN'T GO DOWN.
HID, Xenon lamps and automatic high-low beams are solutions that offer brighter headlights that do not blind oncoming drivers; while emerging LED technology allows more design freedom and other advantages.