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Old 08-29-2012, 03:58 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by BetaDnB View Post
You do know that headlights aren't just so you can see, but also so people can see you, right? If not, [insert your God here] save us all!

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If you can't see, you shouldn't be driving..

However, I do see your point against me not having my lights on at the appropriate time. But the times I'm talking about are where it's mostly daylight out still and they "flash" me. I drove with my halos on all the time anyways.

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