Originally Posted by MGD
^^^ LMELFHAO !!!!
Hmmm ... lemme get this straight.
Two oncoming trucks on a single-lane road. One running JUNK like you are, the other with properly aimed projectors.
The driver with the projectors HAS to look away to avoid detaching his retinas from lighting that is thrown everywhere Except where it needs to be, while the driver with the JUNK HID's can continue to look straight ahead
with no visual acuity impact.
Sound logical to me.
Looking away can incur additional risk as yer NOT gonna be looking at the Road while trying to save yer eyesight. It is dangerously distracting.
BTW - If you REALLY wanted "as much light as possible
" you'd do a fekkin' retrofit, as the ***** yer running now is not even close to what is possible. Just don't let yer wifey know how clueless you actually are
Yep - real
considerate of yall.
If I were closer, we could do just that - perhaps you'd learn something. Probably not, though, in retrospect.
Just wow ....
Sorry I dont run junk as you put it and I have no issues at all looking to the side of the road if oncoming traffic bothers my eyes in the least.
If you were closer, maybe you could be taught as well to look to the side of the road if it hurts your little eyes.
And btw, as taken from about ANY driving manual you can find:
Avoid looking directly at the headlights of oncoming traffic.
Instead, look down and to the right. You should be able to gaze at the white line on the side of the road or where the pavement meets the shoulder. Use the right side of the road for tracking your lane instead of the left side. You will still be able to see other vehicles with your peripheral vision but the glare won't bother you as much