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    Adaptive driving beam (ADB) headlights—also called smart headlights—shine as brightly as traditional lights with the high beams on, but they feature new technology that keeps any extra glare from shining into the eyes of drivers in oncoming cars.18 abr 2019
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  • What vehicles have adaptive headlights?

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