What setting should my headlights be on?
The top of the low beam shining on the wall should be at or slightly below the height of the center of the headlight lens for most vehicles. You should expect the light pattern to be higher on the right side (passenger side) to illuminate road signs and lower on the driver’s side to prevent blinding other drivers.
What setting should my headlights be at night?
High beam headlights should be used at night, whenever you’re unable to see enough of the road ahead to drive safely. Low visibility at night can be scary for even the most experienced drivers.
What are the tail lights?
What is a tail light? Tail Lights are mounted to the rear of the car above the bumper. They are red in color and have accompanying white lights beside them to indicate when the vehicle is in reverse. When you’re on the road, tail lights make other car’s aware of your presence so that you can travel safely in the dark.
What headlights do you use in rain?
Use your low beam headlights whenever it is raining. Remember, it is always illegal to drive with only your parking lights on. Use low beams in fog, snow, or heavy rain. Light from high beams will reflect back and cause glare.