Lower headlight beams must be used when __________.
A. approaching a construction zone
B. traveling on one-way roads
C. driving over 55 mph
D. it is approaching dusk or when you approach another vehicle
Correct answer not here.
Low-beams should be used in fog and snow (to prevent reflected light) and anytime you are behind or approaching another operating vehicle.
Low-beams should be adjusted so the pool of light covers the road no more than 100 feet in front of the vehicle on level road. Misadjusted lights can blind other drivers just as easily as high-beams lights do.
D. In some states, there is a law that you have to turn them on in a construction zone. A.
But for safety reasons, you should keep your low-beams on at all times.
A,NO NEED FOR LOW LIGHTS WHEN YOU ARE COMING UP ONTO ANOTHER CAR.
D is the answer.