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Campaign launched over 'dazzling' HID car headlights

A row is developing among car enthusiasts and road users about the potential risks of super-bright headlights.

The headlights- called HIDs and commonly referred to as bi-xenon - are much brighter than traditional headlights and are sold as a safety feature.

But some road-users claim they are often dazzled by the lights, making pedestrians and cyclists difficult to see.

Sangita Myska reports.

  • 20 Apr 2011