Study illuminates substantial gap in car headlight performance
There may be a reason why people have trouble seeing while driving at night, and it's not their eyesight.
Of the rest, about a third were rated "acceptable," a third "marginal" and a third "poor." The difference between the top- and bottom-rated models for a driver's ability to see down a dark road was substantial, according to the study released Wednesday by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, an industry-funded organization that evaluates automotive safety. Continue reading the original article on manufacturing.net.
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