Hmm Interesting John !
I recall seeing a TV Commercial by
VOLVO, I think, showing a Man, Swedish or Norwegian, driving up there at
Night, on a paved highway along a long curve, and suddenly his Adaptive
Headlights see a REINDEER about to step in front of him onto the Road. He
slows down avoiding striking the Reindeer...
On Sat, Feb 19, 2022, 12:16 PM John Brooking <johnbrooking4@xxxxxxxxx>
A bit of good news!
This final rule will improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists by
making them more visible at night, and will help prevent crashes by better
illuminating animals and objects in and along the road."
Cyclist, Cycling Educator, Technologist
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From: George Rheault <george.rheault@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, Feb 19, 2022 at 9:40 AM
Subject: [PBPAC] Basic Safety Innovation Finally Approved in US: Directed
I was blown away when renting a non-luxury car in Scotland in 2017 that
this headlight technology was not already available in the US (only to
discover that the US transportation bureaucracy basically blocked it for
Bicyclists & Pedestrians Benefit
NHTSA rules to finally allow Adaptive Driving Beam technology in US - The
US Legalizes Adaptive Headlights That Won't Blind Other Drivers »
Political Dysfunction At Heart of Delay
US approves new headlights that won't blind oncoming drivers | WGME
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