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A FEW BASIC FACTS ABOUT HID AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING:- 

* Xenon or High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting provides more light and increases visibility of many peripheral objects (i.e., street signs and pedestrians) left in the shadows by standard halogen lighting. 
* HID light sources provide the brightest illumination available and are considered the benchmark against which other forward lighting technologies are measured. 
* HID light sources provide three times the light output of standard halogen light sources and promote better driving visibility by providing enhanced peripheral vision and improved down road illumination. HID lighting produces a crisp white light that stimulates reflective paint in road markers and signs. 
* HID lights do not have a filament to break or degrade, meaning they last up to 10 times longer than standard halogen lights.
* HID light sources are energy efficient. Bi-Xenon lighting uses up to 65 percent less energy than conventional quad lighting, reducing the CO2 emission of a vehicle by approximately 2.1 g/mile.

THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT HID LIGHTING:-

* Standard low beams cease to provide enough visibility when driving above 35 to 40 mph. The best case scenario would be for all drivers to use high beams all the time and use technology to keep the light out of oncoming drivers’ eyes. 
* All headlamps produce glare that can reduce the ability for oncoming drivers to see. 
* According to the AAA Foundation’s report, Countermeasures for Reducing the Effects of Headlight Glare (2002), as many as 50 percent of all headlamps on the road, or 110 million vehicles, may be misaimed. Shock, vibration and wear and tear are the greatest contributors to headlamp misalignment. 
* Poorly manufactured, knock-off products can cause glare and imitate the blue hue associated with fully-compliant, street-legal HID products. 
* When headlamps are aimed properly, there is no difference in the amount of light that reaches the eyes of oncoming drivers whether the vehicle has halogen or HID light sources. 
* All drivers are not equal. Glare affects each person differently, often depending on age.
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 A FEW BASIC FACTS ABOUT HID AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING:- 

* Xenon or High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting provides more light and increases visibility of many peripheral objects (i.e., street signs and pedestrians) left in the shadows by standard halogen lighting. 
* HID light sources provide the brightest illumination available and are considered the benchmark against which other forward lighting technologies are measured. 
* HID light sources provide three times the light output of standard halogen light sources and promote better driving visibility by providing enhanced peripheral vision and improved down road illumination. HID lighting produces a crisp white light that stimulates reflective paint in road markers and signs. 
* HID lights do not have a filament to break or degrade, meaning they last up to 10 times longer than standard halogen lights.
* HID light sources are energy efficient. Bi-Xenon lighting uses up to 65 percent less energy than conventional quad lighting, reducing the CO2 emission of a vehicle by approximately 2.1 g/mile.

 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT HID LIGHTING:-

* Standard low beams cease to provide enough visibility when driving above 35 to 40 mph. The best case scenario would be for all drivers to use high beams all the time and use technology to keep the light out of oncoming drivers’ eyes. 
* All headlamps produce glare that can reduce the ability for oncoming drivers to see. 
* According to the AAA Foundation’s report, Countermeasures for Reducing the Effects of Headlight Glare (2002), as many as 50 percent of all headlamps on the road, or 110 million vehicles, may be misaimed. Shock, vibration and wear and tear are the greatest contributors to headlamp misalignment. 
* Poorly manufactured, knock-off products can cause glare and imitate the blue hue associated with fully-compliant, street-legal HID products. 
* When headlamps are aimed properly, there is no difference in the amount of light that reaches the eyes of oncoming drivers whether the vehicle has halogen or HID light sources. 
* All drivers are not equal. Glare affects each person differently, often depending on age.
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BAJATO INFO UPDATE

When Lightning Hits A Car

It is a widespread myth that the reason vehicles provide protection from lightning is due to the tires.

In actuality, lightning flows around the outside of a car, and the majority of the current flows from the car's metal cage into the ground below. In essence, a car acts like a mobile Faraday cage.

However, not all vehicles are created equal.

Convertibles do not have metal roofs, which compromises the Faraday cage affect. In addition, some vehicles are manufactured out of non-metal parts, which impedes electricity's ability to flow through the car.

Another caveat with regards to lightning safety within vehicles is the fact that some portions of the current can flow through the vehicle's electrical systems and metal appendages including radios, cell phone chargers, GPS units as well as car door handles, foot pedals, the steering column and the steering wheel. The National Lightning Safety Institute reports that some vehicles struck by lightning experience external damage, including pitting and arcing, as well as internal damage to electronic systems and components.

Bottom line, if you're away from home, the best way to stay safe during a lightning storm is to head for a metal-topped vehicle. However, it is important to fold your hands in your lap and avoid touching anything metal within the car. You also should not to touch the radio or talk on the cell phone, especially if it is connected to your vehicle. If you are driving, pull to the side of the road, turn on your hazard lights, turn off the engine and wait out the storm.

At what point is it safe to exit the vehicle?

Once the electrical current has passed through the vehicle and entered into the ground, it is technically safe to exit the vehicle. However, it is best to wait until the thunderstorm has passed before getting out of your car.
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