It is safe to use your bright headlights if there is a car ahead of you within 300 feet.
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About what you would see from a 25 watt light bulb.
No, you will dazzle the oncoming driver.
Yes, it is safe to use your bright headlights. The problem is the driver still might not appreciate it, so it is better not to do it.
according to Florida handsbook, you must dim your bright headlights within 300 feet of the vehicle ahead.
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500 feet if the vehicle is coming to you, 300 feet if you are following it.
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A halogen floor lamp with a 300 watt halogen bulb will illuminate a room from wall to wall. While a halogen bulb gives off very radiant, bright light, you must be very careful because it also gets tremendously hot.
Remove the alternator and have it tested at any auto parts store?
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The law in most states is between 300 and 350 feet. Personally I do it as soon as I can see the tail lights simply because it bugs the heck out of me when someone comes up on me with their bright lights on.
it is hard to describe by words, why not to buy an infinite bright flashlight to compare. I know a flahslight with displaying lumens. It is DDT40 imalent. from 5 lumens to 4000 lumens you could find a way to compare gradually. by the way, one lightening candle is a lumens.
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There are alot of bright colors. You get the neon colors; neon yellow, neon orange, neon pink, neon blue, neon blue, neon purple, e.t.c. Then you have bright colors; bright yellow, bright green, bright blue, bright red, bright pink, e.t.c.
Bright is an adjective
kind of bright
The brightest stars are a few million times as bright as our Sun.
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