Rick explains a safety feature that can help drivers anticipate obstacles better at night: Adaptive headlights, the headlights that follow the road with you.
When driving in low-light conditions, it can be difficult to see cars or objects on curves or down down hills. You may not even see a person or an animal – even Rick’s trusty friend, Scout – in time to make an emergency maneuver.
Luckily, adaptive headlights can help drivers better see dogs, humans and cars alike at night by swiveling when drivers turn the steering wheel. According to recent studies, drivers using adaptive headlights around curves are able to see objects sooner than drivers with fixed headlights.
Know more. Drive safer. Visit MyCarDoesWhat.org to learn more about using car safety features to keep you, your family and others safer on the roads.