When we think about collision damage, we usually think about bent body panels, broken lights and smashed front and rear ends. What about the inside of your car? Between air bags, seat belts, interior panels, and seats, there’s a lot that can be damaged in the cab, even if it remains intact after the accident.
When you think of car safety, airbags, traction control, and crumple zones usually come to mind. However, headlights are just as important as they determine how much reaction time we have to avoid accidents at night and during storms. Nationwide, half of all crashes occur on dark roads, and one quarter on unlit roads. In
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