Totally agree dave likewise accelerating hard or bobbing over the brow of a hill they can appear bright. Just flash them back!
I like that Jeremy, "just flash them back!" That's when you actually do blind them.Totally agree dave likewise accelerating hard or bobbing over the brow of a hill they can appear bright. Just flash them back!
Because Zenon/LED lights are a projected beam they produce a flatter beam that does not spread out above “normal” eye-level. The beam is therefore uniform across the road. Other lights are reflected beams and historically were designed to light up higher on the Kerb-side and lower on the off-side. This pattern effectively blinds on-coming drivers when driving on the continent.leds
Hi you could spec the r56 with xenons not leds. they were autolevelling and had washers on them due to eec rule-not sure why led s don't need this but they both need autolevelling to prevent dazzling!
The wheel to adjust comes with the ordinary halogen bulbs that are std on any of the minis, inc the f56.
Led lights apparently don't need adapting for Europe either though I wouldn't want to explain why a) I hadn't a spare bulb for them or b) no angle adjusters to a gendarme-I hope they have been informed!!!!!!