Headlights reflect off the wet pavement on I-5. The brightness of vehicle headlights is limited by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. Drivers are required to dim their headlights when approaching an oncoming vehicle within 500 feet or when approaching the rear of a vehicle within 300 feet.
Headlights reflect off the wet pavement on I-5. The brightness of vehicle headlights is limited by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. Drivers are required to dim their headlights when approaching an oncoming vehicle within 500 feet or when approaching the rear of a vehicle within 300 feet. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Headlights reflect off the wet pavement on I-5. The brightness of vehicle headlights is limited by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. Drivers are required to dim their headlights when approaching an oncoming vehicle within 500 feet or when approaching the rear of a vehicle within 300 feet. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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