Federal Rules Aimed At Dimming Blinding Auto Headlights

  • New federal rules are supposed to prevent ever-brighter car headlights from blinding oncoming drivers while also improving visibility — but they’ll take years or even decades to have an impact.
  • These smart lights, known as Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB) headlights, use sensors to automatically change the shape, brightness and direction of their light without reducing drivers’ visibility.
  • Some use a shutter system that shades part of the light beam, while others use a matrix-style system that can turn individual LEDs on and off as needed.
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