Recent Examples of headlight from the Web
Outside of the restaurant, investigators stood in the roadway of North Claiborne near a light-colored sedan with its headlights still on, parked near a side entrance to Melba's.
This is most apparent in nighttime races where the cars really pop as headlights shine at them.
The headlights featured dynamic bending light technology, especially nice for my neighborhood’s winding roads where deer cross in the evening.
The rounded nose with its large headlights add to the car’s unique look, created by Kia’s Southern California design team.
The only previous citation involving the bus that crashed on Monday was for lights — not its headlights — that were not sufficiently visible.
The van’s headlight assembly was broken on impact and its chrome-and-black front bumper appeared to have been damaged, police said in releasing photos of the van Monday.
According to police, just after sunrise Thursday, Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Jose Hernandez spotted Bryan driving a 1996 Chevy near mile marker 61 with its headlight and license tag lights out.
Idling engines died, but the station wagons’ headlights stayed on, casting long, lumpy shadows.
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