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Old 31st May 2006, 12:46   #16
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IMO, all is fine as long as you don't blind other drivers around. By the way, it is very irritating to see many people using high-beam as default, even in city... that too with powerful headlights which surely violate RTO regulations lorry and bus drivers on highways have better etiquettes in this regard!
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Old 31st May 2006, 12:58   #17
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The new S Class also has infra-red cameras in addition to adaptive headlamps which allows you to see pretty much everything ahead at night. Quite cool.
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Levelling Headlights are in almost all new cars starting from the M800 i think. But the Adaptive Type ones are different, they angle towards the sides too. It's not all that necessary, but well if u get them then why wouldn't u like it.
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