Been blinded lately by oncoming car headlights while driving at night? Annoyed that headlights on some newer vehicles appear brighter than conventional headlamps? If so, you are not alone. Automobile headlamp glare, by all accounts, is a burning public issue, one that has landed in the lap of the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. which is holding hearings on ways to resolve the debate. In particular, NHTSA is looking at whether the Federal Lighting Standards needs revision, an issue ...

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