Like them or not, more and more will be lighting up U.S. roads. Those oddly glowing, bluish headlamps coming at you in the night will be featured on a growing number of cars and trucks, says one key supplier. High-intensity-discharge (HID) headlamps have aroused controversy since they bowed in the U.S. in 1995. Many complain the brighter, wider pattern of light they emit causes glare for oncoming traffic. Those with HID lamps on their cars find opposing drivers often flash their lights ...
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