How Many Feet Do You Have to Be behind a Car with Your High Beams on?


Depending on the state you live in you need to be 300 feet behind a car with your high beams on, if in doubt just turn the high beams down to a lower beam.
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High beams are the "bright" setting of your headlights. The reason they are sometimes referred to as "high beams" is because when they are on high beam or bright
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I usually call them the "brights" but either term works. You use the brights in rural areas where there is a chance for deer or other animals (depending on where you live)
Most high-beams shine less than 450 ft ahead. Use high-beams at night until you see another vehicle.
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