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Automatic high-beam control? What exactly is this safety feature? This safety feature is so amazing! It’s a system that illuminates and dims the high-beam headlights when there is approaching traffic coming. How it works is there is a camera placed on your review mirror that will be alerted when oncoming traffic appears and it will automatically dim your lights. Having this feature you will no longer have to question about a vehicle being to close and you won’t have to dim your lights then turn them back on to high all the time. At any time you can override this feature, you can always chose to do this manually. Here is a video that can help explain what this safety feature has to offer so you have a complete understanding.

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