- Motorists are increasingly blinded by headlamps of opposites.
The reason: Manufacturers build stronger lamps to increase driver safety.
The light is so bright that you sometimes see a few to ten seconds a lot less. Especially older drivers suffer from this. \u0026 Nbsp;
The problems started with the introduction of halogen lamps in cars. The much smaller Xenon light with the blue appearance and now the LED light brings more complaints.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Photo: YouTube
In England, more than 300 casualties would be caused by blind drivers in 2014, the Daily Mail writes. The 70-year-old Englishman Roy Milnes has set up the Actionmare Lightmare, a Nightmare Nightmare. He says thousands of complaints from motorists have been received. Among them are many drivers who literally feel a painkill when a headlight shines in their eyes.
All that a newspaper expert claims is always wearing glasses with UV filter.