OK, I'm asking this here to a smaller audience to avoid getting 100s of hate-emails.
I was driving in front of a Chevy crew cab last night on the freeway. He probably had 8" or so of lift on his truck. But ... he did NOTHING to adjust his headlights, so even sitting in my Bronco, I felt like the guy was high-beaming me.
Doesn't the state (or even common sense) require you to adjust your lights, even if it means physically lowering them? It's quite distracting when you're trying to drive on a rainy freeway at night and you think there's two trains behind you.
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I think AZ law says 42 inches to the center of the head lights but I can't find any laws pertaining to aiming.
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Technically........those of us who have lifted trucks are breaking the law everyday we drive on the road. Headlights, turn signals, stoplights, mudflaps all have certain height restrictions........OH WELL! haha.
you'll be happy to know I actually adjusted my headlights down once I lifted it even higher
I have mine turned down a little so I don't blind anyone. I am also that driver that if we are stopped at a light and I can see that I am blinding the little car in front of me, I turn my lights off until we start moving again. You just have to remember to turn them back on or you get pulled over with full lights and sirens cuz the cop thinks your are drunk, don't ask me how I know this......... LOL. We had made it though the intersection and a cop saw me with no lights, as soon as I saw him I flipped them on but he still pulled me over. Not a big deal, he was nice once he saw I wasn't drunk he was pretty nice to me.
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