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    Nissan/Toyota
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  1. Imagine the following situations:

    You come across another vehicle

    1.which has misaligned lights (HID/LED) and it's making you difficult to see the road.

    2. Which has one headlight on high beam at all times even when the other one is switched to low beam

    3. Which doesn't turn off the high beam.

    What would you do in these situations?

    A. Flash your high beam once and switch back to low beam immediately

    B. Turn on your high beams as well

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    2. tiv

      tiv

      A--> B ---> B + Lightbar

    3. terrabytetango

      terrabytetango

      @tiv how useful is a lightbar really? i mean the beam is concentrated on a narrow area is it not?

    4. tiv

      tiv

      I use a combo bar.

      The middle ones are spot and the sides are flood. Basically lens stuff

      Most people buy the spot bar as it shoots the furthest but in real world it is useless 

      This gives a very wide beam and covers the proximites as well

      Certainly not road legal I guess 

       

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