Topic: Driving Lights
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Look at the two split photographs at the top left. The top half shows the road ahead with just the high beam lights on. The bottom half shows the road with the KC driving lights switched on. You can see that the telephone pole and other objects on the right side of the roadway are better lighted. Note the two tiny white dots inside the red circle. Those are the eyes of a deer about to step out on to the roadway! They cannot be seen in the upper photograph of the roadway.

Driving lights are very useful on long stretches of open highway where livestock and wild animals are prone to walking on to the roadway. You will be able to see the reflective eyes of most animals much sooner with the brighter light of driving lights.

The GMC Yukon in the photograph below is outfitted with KC HiLites that are legal for both on and off road use. They have been installed so that they only come on when the high beam lights are on. A switch was also installed so that they could be switched off altogether. Press Here to go to KC HiLites Web site.
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