How to use Headlights in a sentence

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  • The headlights behind provided a sense of false security.

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  • I glanced out in time to see it moving with its headlights off.

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  • Above them, the headlights of the two vehicles grew more distant, finally hidden from view by their angle of descent.

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  • The headlights of a slow moving car washed her white body, shadowing the curve of her buttocks, the roundness of her shoulder, painting her golden hair in its light.

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  • The engine turned over once and then headlights blinded her until he turned the car around.

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  • Headlights flashed on the curtains briefly and a car door slammed.

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  • The key Howie had left fit the door in the rear so I couldn't rely on my headlights to see.

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  • Headlights were backed up as far as the eye could see, waiting impatiently for someone to direct them away from the gridlock.

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  • Use dipped headlights early in order to be seen.

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  • Her gaze tried to outrun the headlights and then followed the broken line on the highway as it leaped from the dark and shot forward, disappearing under the truck.

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  • Jule's opponent was standing in her headlights, staring at her, while Jule's body rolled to a stop a few feet away.

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  • Suddenly another voice called out, and as Dean peered upward, he could see a glow from a column of headlights moving up the road to where they'd parked.

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  • Just as I was reaching for Howie's suit, I saw a car pull into the driveway, without headlights.

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  • He glimpsed the sparkle of a tear in the flash of on-coming headlights.

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  • As Dean blinked at on-coming headlights, he considered what a glorious future they were having.

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  • Being overly cautious makes you freeze, like a hedgehog caught in the headlights.

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  • Check your Highway Code... among others, flashing headlights don't mean a thing!

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  • Cyclists are dazzled by full beam headlights, like everyone else.

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  • Scottish New Labor now found itself caught like a rabbit in the oncoming headlights of the crisis over Iraq.

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  • Plus, they replaced the pop-up headlights of the 355 with rather elaborate glass covered affairs to appease the EU safety merchants - grrrrr!

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  • The off-side was lined with large trees, the purr of the engine was the only sound, the twin headlights piercing the darkness.

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  • Unkind critics have called it ugly which exposes resistance to its utterly modern look, particularly the large, twin, multi-reflector headlights.

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  • Recaro seats are extra, but bi-xenon headlights and 2Zone Climatronic air conditioning are not.

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  • The 612 Scaglietti's twin xenon projector headlights also offer a beam that is far superior to traditional halogen lights.

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  • The test car was also fitted with optional adaptive halogen headlights, which see round corners for a worthwhile £ 250.

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  • I 'm driving into gently falling snowflakes that are drifting slowly toward me, emerging from gray gloom into the brightness of my headlights.

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  • Night driving involves a myriad of other difficulties that inexperienced drivers have difficulty with, such as opposing headlights on dark roads.

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  • She was next charged with driving under a suspended license in January 27, and just one month later, she was clocked doing twice the speed limit with no headlights, still on the suspended license.

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  • Like a deer caught in the headlights, Simpson did a quick dance jig before slinking off stage.

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  • If you have no other choice and truly must drive, then do so slowly, use your headlights and use ample amounts of windshield washer fluid as you go along.

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  • Use headlights at all times to increase your visibility to other drivers.

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  • Always remove snow and ice from headlights and taillights.

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  • Use your headlights in each of these cases.

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  • Shades or blinds can also keep out bright streetlights or headlights during the night.

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  • Driving while tired can cause a domino effect that is exacerbated by bright sunshine, headlights, alcohol, cell phones and attempting to put on cosmetics or eat while driving.

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  • Additionally, take care around any bright lights like car headlights or flashlights.

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  • For example, at night you may want clear, anti-glare frames to protect against the glare of oncoming headlights.

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  • Headlights frequently blind drivers, which causes a hazard for nighttime drivers.

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  • Since car companies have created increasingly powerful headlights, individuals have to adapt.

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  • These powerful headlights are even more difficult for older or slightly impaired drivers to be able to see through.

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  • Even though you can simply avert your eyes from the oncoming headlights, or flip down your rear view mirror, you will not be able completely see the road.

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  • This reflection is worse at night, when there is a sharp glare from the headlights.

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  • Many drivers suffer from problems when driving at night, when the light from streetlights, oncoming headlights, and other light sources may reflect from the street surface and present a serious visibility problem.

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  • Make certain that your headlights are clean and properly aligned so that they do not create an undesirable glare in front of you.

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  • The theory is that the lens colors that work well for the reflection from the white of the snow will work for the bright white headlights.

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  • It has six wheels, blue LED headlights that double as eyes and a smokestack that acts as a lever.

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  • Some even go so far as to try and disprove the haunting as being nothing more than circumstances caused by a naturally occurring event, like drafty windows, car headlights or other things that can create a ghost-like experience.

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  • It was late at night, and as the car headlights swept the abandoned facility, the passengers saw what appeared to be two gleaming red eyes in the darkness, so they left the vehicle to investigate.

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  • It's feasible that the car headlights bounced off the bird's eyes to create an eerie red glow.

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  • Thus, you see farther than your headlights and can anticipate certain fluctuations and speed bumps along the way.

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  • Check for broken headlights or rear lights, look for unevenly worn or damaged tires, and check underneath the car to see if anything appears out of place.

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  • To tell if it is, look at your headlights or turn on your inside overhead light.

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  • Of course they don't expect you to tell them how the car runs, but you need to know and be able to demonstrate that the car's headlights, tail lights, brake lights, and horn are in working order.

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  • Affected Toyota Tundras had problems with the headlights, which could result in decreased visibility.

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  • Consider gull-wing doors, performance-boosting engine modifications, spoilers, headlights, running lights, and various other customization options.

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  • Models after 2007 came with features like heated mirrors, MP3 compatibility, automatic headlights, anti-lock brakes, and even an air pressure monitoring system for all tires.

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  • Some vehicles, including the TJ Jeep Wrangler allows you to wade through water as high as the vehicle's headlights.

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  • Drivers have reported seeing a black panther with yellow eyes staring into the headlights of the car.

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  • He looked like a scared rabbit in headlights last night.

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  • I'm driving into gently falling snowflakes that are drifting slowly toward me, emerging from gray gloom into the brightness of my headlights.

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  • They looked like rabbits caught in the headlights of a car, frozen with terror.

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  • In the gleam of the headlights Carol caught a glimpse of the graffiti scrawled across the walls on the opposite side of the street.

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