And let me guess... there is nothing more reliable than being able to pop down your local auto factors and buying an H7 bulb and being able to replace it in 5 minutes flat is there?They are great when you are behind the steering wheel not so good when they are coming towards you though !!
No, not at all but I also don't claim to have better knowledge than the UK road law on maximum headlight height and brightness. If it was deemed to be excessive in either of those areas it wouldn't be road legal and Peugeot wouldn't be putting the cars on the road. It's the same for some high output Halogen bulbs as they too may not be road legal.So your justifying dazzling other drivers by the fact you dont need to buy bulbs !!!
I dont fancy the cost of replacing a whole led light unit in years to come thats for sure
An old thread but relevant to the last post, is this article by Honest John: https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/d...campaign monitor&utm_term=Read the full storyPoint im making is simply that modern car headlights are becoming rediculously bright and there is actually NO LAW regulating brightness so as for being road legal you can genuinely go as bright as you want !!
There will come a point soon when everyone is blinded by everyone elses lights its getting stupid
I have 10 year old lights that are perfectly fine for me to see in the dark without even resorting to high beam i just dont see the need for superbright LED lighting if you genuinely NEED these lights then your eyes need tested.
Its ok in 20 years time everyone will be blind