Originally Posted by StevenT
This thread is scaring me a little.
I used to drive a Mazda Protege before my E90, and speaking for every person out there who drives (or used to drive in my case) a low-riding car that doesn't have auto-dimming mirrors, please please be careful how high you adjust your headlights.
From the perspective of a E90 driver, I love my xenon headlights.
However, I remember how much I hated xenon/HID headlights when I was driving my Protege. I would be blinded almost every time a car with xenons would pull up behind me or approach me from the opposite direction on a 2-lane road. I think a lot of people don't realize how bad the problem can be because so many people drive SUV's and trucks that obviously ride high. However, I can assure you that anyone that drives a small compact car that rides low to the ground is covering their eyes and cursing under their breath many times when a car with xenons drives by. Don't even get me started with SUV's/trucks with xenons. So please be conscious of the other guy when your adjusting your headlights.
Ok, there's my good deed for the day. I'll get off my pulpit now.
good concerns...i was probably going to check mine out this weekend and if i raise them my friends and i were going to drive around a bit in my neighborhood to see if it is too blinding for other cars....ill drive behind him and then drive towards him, that kind of thing...