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A vehicle's combination switch, also known as a multi-function switch, allows the driver to use a combination of functions at the reach of a single hand.

Headlights are essential parts of modern cars.

Your car is equipped with two types of headlight functionality – low beams, which are used for general driving, particularly in areas with streetlights and oncoming traffic, and high beams, which provide long range illumination.

Your vehicle has several different positions or settings for the headlights, and it is important that you learn how to use them appropriately and in the right situations.

According to the Federal Highway Administration, there are currently more than 8 million lane-miles of roads throughout the US, with over 6 million of those in rural areas.

The History of Headlights When cars were first being produced, the headlight was more of a lamp, with an enclosed acetylene flame which had to be manually lit by the driver.

Your headlights have two settings – high and low.

Missouri man and ACLU go to court

​When Michael Elli of Missouri flashed his headlights to warn other drivers of an upcoming speed trap in Ellisville Mo. he didn't think he was doing anything illegal.

It goes without saying that more light at night is a good thing for visibility, but driving into traffic with high-beams on full blast can distract or temporarily blind of other drivers. A promising new technology from Volvo could offer the brightness of the "brights," without disturbing other motorists.