The lights of your vehicle are a very important safety feature. Without the lights, you will not be able to see when you drive. There is also a problem because it may result in others not being able to see you as well. When it starts to get dark or if the weather is poor, make sure to turn on the lights for your vehicle. A good rule to follow is if the wipers are operating, then turn on the headlights for your vehicle as well. If you are not sure if they are in the best conditions they should be in, schedule an appointment. You can bring the vehicle in and we can inspect the lights for you.
Lights and Signals
Remember to turn on the signals a few seconds before you plan on turning. This is needed because those around you will be able to know what direction you are going to turn. If a signal does not work, then the chance is increased that they might run into you. Driving as safe as possible is important, so adjust your speed based on the road conditions as well. If they are less than ideal, then you will want to slow down. This will help you to remain in control of the vehicle when you drive. If you start to slide, remain calm and regain control of the vehicle. Over correcting the steering wheel could cause you to go in the ditch.
Make sure that the headlights are aimed properly. They should be aimed so you can see in front of you, but do not blind any oncoming traffic. If the lights are aimed poorly, bring it in so we can adjust them for you. This can improve visibility and safety as well.