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Old February 12th, 2017, 02:57 PM   #14
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^^^ Let's be a little less dramatic here. While blinding oncoming traffic is a dicc move, if someone jerks the wheel and runs off the road because they saw a bright light, well that person doesn't need to be on the road. Happens daily where I live that someone who has their brights on to see on our back roads forgets to turn their brights off when they crest a hill. It's no different. There's numerous ways to reduce the glare on these conversions. Angle, tint, Casper shields, etc.

Not to mention that numerous of the new luxury cars are extremely blinding, especially if you're not directly in front of the projector beam.
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