• How and when to use High Beam and Low Beam tutorial while Driving in India 5 1
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Offline Saurabh Soni

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If you have been driving in India, then you probably must have faced the issue of your windshield getting dazzled due to an approaching vehicle with high beam headlights.
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In India, many don't know the usage of high beam lights and low beam lights, they just drive on high beams even in crowded city streets or even under the street lights, this style of driving is very dangerous and it makes other approaching vehicles and even the pedestrians  blind.

This tutorial shows you when to use high beam headlights. High beams should be used only on highways or in pitch dark conditions and should be switched to low beam when you see an approaching vehicle and when the vehicle gets passed, then you can switch back to high beams.

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« Last Edit: September 19, 2015, 05:10:58 AM by Saurabh Soni »




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Its a major problem on the roads at night. People really don't have sense. I too get frustrated due to this.

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People need to get educated about this... They dont know the use of high beams and low beams.. Specially i have seen cab drivers driving always on high beams and getting others blinded.
Even in a single lane ally they put their headlamps on high beams.
Really really irritating.

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I agree with you Saurabh, people in India are unaware on usage of high & low beams; they can change gears in busy crowded & narrow lanes & gullies, but can adjust their beam sight.
Thanks for sharing the video.

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Most irritating thing on Indian roads


 


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