It’s that time again: Daylight savings time (DST) will end at 2 AM on Sunday, November 2 and clocks will fall back to standard time.
Although the pros/cons to daylight savings time are often debated, there is one thing we know for certain – We will have darker nights as we change our clocks this Sunday.
Daylight Savings Time + Oxidized Headlights = Bad Time
Oxidized headlights can significantly reduce the amount of light your vehicle’s headlights can output. Book a headlight restoration now and enjoy the benefits of being able to see better at night.
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School’s back in session and your teenager is probably daydreaming about their future car. Typically, headlights aren’t a main concern when looking to purchase a used car, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be on the checklist. Proper working headlights are important because they produce the light in front of your vehicle so that objects are visible at night. Oxidized headlights can reduce light output by up to 90%. One of our top compliments after completing a headlight restoration service is the customer enjoying how much they can see again at night.
Vehicles older than 5 years may require a headlight restoration to increase their light output during night time driving. According to Florida Law, dimmed (low-beam) headlights must show objects at least 150 feet ahead. This is very important while your teenager is still learning the basics of driving.
A headlight restoration will not only allow your teenager to see further at night, but will increase their style points. Looks are very important for some teenagers and a headlight restoration will make your car look new again.
Schedule a Headlight Restoration with Orlando Headlight Cleaning today and rest assured that your teenager can see at night.