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........from other drivers headlights!
The LED headlights on this car are by far the brightest I've ever had the pleasure of being behind of the wheel of. But apparently not so great for oncoming traffic. I've found that every time I drive at night at least once I get flashed by oncoming traffic as if I have my brights on. Anyone else getting this as well?
 

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I don't, they don't seem overly bright. Maybe they're just misaligned? When following another car do they generally stay around bumper level of the car in front of you or do they reach the rear window?
 

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....When following another car do they generally stay around bumper level of the car in front of you or do they reach the rear window?
I would know if I had misaligned headlight, cut me some slack here, I have 19 years in the collision industry :D


I get bright lighted all the time by oncoming drivers also.
Good, at least I'm not alone. Not that I'm complaining, they are great for seeing at night. Much better than the headlights that were on my 2015 Veloster.
 

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I don't have a lot of night driving so a small sample size i guess. Judging by the beam pattern it does seem to shoot up vertically to the left. The newer Acura TL's seem to do the same thing, approaching one does get very bright when you get about 45 degrees to their left.
 

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It might be in the adjustment. There are two adjustment bolts on the VN. Check them yourself or have the dealer service do it. They have a unit they can attach to the lights and put them at the correct height. I raised my wifes low beams quite a bit from what they were set by the factory.
 
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