Is it okay to leave your headlights on auto?

1 Answer:
  • stanley tan
    A: Not all vehicles have automatic headlights, especially older vintages. But I agree that, if your car is so equipped, you should use the automatic setting. Although there are not reminder lights on the dash indicating that the headlights are off, that task often falls to oncoming motorists who flash theirs.24 Oct 2019
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