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1 Smoke curled along the high beams in the ceiling.
2 Forgetting to turn high beams down for oncoming traffic.
3 It is worse than high beams .
4 I am not speaking of oncoming drivers who fail to dim high beams .
5 They are daytime high beams , with reduced voltage, not daytime running lights.
6 Their low beams are damn near as dazzling as a standard vehicles' high beams .
7 The high beams will be lasers, though the low beams will be light-emitting diodes.
8 However, few drivers use their high beams for fear of creating glare for oncoming motorists.
9 I know she was getting excited because those high beams were shooting out to the stars!
10 These spoke openly of ropes being thrown over high beams and tar and feathers brought into play.
11 The system allows car owners to continually use their high beams without fear of blinding other drivers.
12 Flashing headlights (typically the high beams , flashed alternately) are known as a wig-wag.
13 An example arrangement includes the stacking of two headlamps on each side with low beams above high beams .
14 Night driving for me has become like driving on roads where everyone has high beams on – except me.
15 Drivers are advised not to flash their high beams , as overzealous law enforcement officers commonly misconstrue the law.
16 Low beams just look dumb during the day, high beams are intended to be irritating to other drivers.
17 In an attempt to alert oncoming cars to their situation, Andrew flashed his vehicle's high beams while driving.
18 She slowed the car, and looked at the road ahead, pinioned by the glare of the high beams .
19 When people are driving at night and they don't know when or how to use there high beams !
20 The faired-in headlights, with projector-beam low beams and HID high beams , are far more sports sedan that sport-utility.
21 Do not try to get back at the other driver by using your own high beams or even flashing them.
22 When another driver does not turn off his or her high beams , look towards the right edge of your lane.
23 Intelligent High-Beam Control - automatically raises and lowers the vehicle 's high beams without inconveniencing or distracting oncoming or preceding traffic.
24 The man darts into a dark blue Camry, fishtails out, and guns toward us, high beams blinding us.
25 The low and high beams along with the position (parking) lamp and front turn signal are all realised with LEDs.
26 H1 still sees wide use in low beams, high beams and auxiliary fog and driving lamps, as does H3.
27 The worst part, though, was the blindness-inducing light show, consisting of unpredictable high beams aimed straight at the audience.
28 The effect is almost as bad as facing oncoming high beams , and sometimes I flick my high beams at these drivers just on general principles.
29 The effect is almost as bad as facing oncoming high beams, and sometimes I flick my high beams at these drivers just on general principles.
30 Just because you're in the right lane and have no room to speed up or move over doesn't mean that a driver flashing his high beams behind you doesn't think he can go faster in your spot.
31 Fall had descended a month ago and the black silhouettes of the dormant mesquite trees were the only thing outside of my truck's narrow high beams that I could discern.
32 The high beams , still shining brightly, were swallowed utterly by the black background of the cosmic scenes played out within the eyes of Orobouros.
33 Even the lights were gone, and they saw only by the high beams of the car, which swept the oddly reflective road ahead like twin eyes and harshly backlit their faces.
34 The purr of the engine acquired a slightly throaty quality; he heard the click of a switch, and opened his eyes to see that Anthy had turned on the high beams .
35 As my years and my bravery grew, it became common for me to venture to the spot after dark, although usually with high beams on and windows up.
36 CDH: p. 41 08.J.13(5) Use your high beams whenever possible, as long as it is not illegal or unsafe (e.g., use them on open country when other cars are not near or on dark city streets when no other traffic would be affected by your high beams).
37 CDH: p. 41 08.J.13(5) Use your high beams whenever possible, as long as it is not illegal or unsafe (e.g., use them on open country when other cars are not near or on dark city streets when no other traffic would be affected by your high beams ).
38 Do not use your high beams in a snow storm because they will reflect off of the falling snow and blind you. 08.J.09(3) To drive safely in snow or ice you should: (a) carry special tires or chains and know how to install them, (b) obtain maximum visibility of the details ahead by use of low beam headlights, windshield wipers, and defrosters, (c) reduce speed before turns, curves, and shady areas, (d) allow a greater distance in front of your vehicle for stopping
39 The car's interior was designed using input from former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher; in a layout common to racing cars, the new steering wheel incorporates many controls normally located on the dashboard or on stalks, such as turning signals or high beams .
40 In Washington, flashing high beams is not technically illegal, while driving with high beams on within 500 ft of oncoming traffic, or 300 ft of traffic in front of a driver is illegal.