Proper visibility is crucial to your safety and everyone else’s on the road. When driving in the dark or during extreme weather (e.g., fog, snow, or rain), it’s important that your vehicle offer you as much visibility as possible. A key factor to your visibility behind the wheel is your car’s headlights. Evaluating Headlights Over... Read More.
In 2016, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) added a headlight component to its extensive battery of vehicle safety tests, marking the first time any North American organization had evaluated headlight performance in new vehicles. This year, the IIHS combed through the five years of data it has compiled so far in its headlight... Read More.
Motor safety laws in Canada dictate many aspects of vehicle design. In Ontario, your car must meet safety standards to have a licence plate and therefore be driven on roads. A new safety law comes into effect in Canada in September: tail lights that turn on automatically with daytime running lights. The Development of Lights... Read More.
by Conor Burke Who doesn’t want to see better and further when driving at night? At one point in time HID (High Intensity Discharge) or Xenon Headlights were reserved for the higher end vehicles of the car market. In the early 2000’s these cars stood out at night with very bright, crisp headlights. If you... Read More.