When the Jeep is on level ground the light cut off isnt blinding nor affecting people, its only when im slanted up where it shines in peoples cars, just like any other car that has lights. When i say stupid people those people are the ones who see me coming from a top of a hill and think I have my brights on but Im just on higher ground so it looks like they are from that point. So when I flash them Im reassuring them I don't have them on, and I don't flash them if there's any drivers ahead in my line or behind the other driver. So yes those *stupid people* dont have a reason to flash me since it seems they don't know that light will look brighter if your below the person. Also yes I do want to make that driver who puts their brights on feel stupid for blinding me for no reason other than stupidity.
I hear what you are saying, but I have a feeling you don't quite get how bright xenon bulbs really are, and how important your headlight aim really is. Saying that when your Jeep is on level ground the cutoff is Ok, that doesn't mean your cutoff is where it should be, far from it... There are many factors that determine whether your HIDs are properly aimed, and *OK* cutoff on level ground with only you as cargo in the Jeep, with an empty tank of gas (example), is far from a reference to having good aim on the headlights...
Xenon bulbs are extremely bright. So bright that the law says any vehicule that ships with HIDs must have a levelling system, to automatically adjust headlight aim when the vehicule is tilted. The levelling really helps when you increase cargo load or drive up a hill. When you install an HID kit in a vehicule that obviously didn't ship with HIDs, you have no auto levelling, so the slightest increase in load/cargo or incline turns your xenon bulbs into weapons. Like I said before, xenon bulbs emit an awful lot of light... and you must do everythign to keep it out of oncoming eyes. This includes flashing
. To signal oncomers you do not have high beams On, consider turning the headlights Off and On again, instead of flashing brights... The message will be clear and you won't create a hazardous situation.
With xenon bulbs in a non OEM HID vehicule, you have to aim your headlamps lower than they were with halogens, because you just can't shine those lights in other peoples' eyes...
In other words, you have to reset your headlight knowledge and adapt. And think
about what you're doing...
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