full-beam

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full-beam

[ˈfʊlˈbiːm] ADJ full-beam headlightsluces fpl largas or de carretera
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AMONGST several issues that drivers in Karachi face on a daily basis, the most prominent is related to those who drive after dark: the culture of car headlights on full-beam, which by law should only be used in limited circumstances, mostly pertaining to highways.
there isn't a movie star today better equipped to play the part, and the likeable Aussie actor seizes the opportunity to unleash a full-beam performance.
The layout of the 2500 Hybrid offers exactly that: A full-beam, single-level forward casting deck big enough for three anglers, and a reduced aft deck that makes room around and behind the leaning post.
Robert Meney, Linwood, Renfrewshire COMING down from Oban the other night, we were blinded by oncoming traffic with full-beam headlights on.
THE Duchess of Cambridge shines a full-beam smile after opening her heart to youths who have battled mental health issues.
The full-beam Owner s Suite covers almost 80 square metres, and features a large folding balcony and mid-beam sliding doors for privacy.
In which country are police punishing drivers who dazzle other motorists by forcing them to stare at full-beam headlights for five minutes?
Full-beam lights reflect off the fog causing a 'white wall' effect."
With a raised pilot house, accommodation is for eight guests in a full-beam master suite and three double staterooms.
I observed drivers using full-beam headlights to combat the darkness but causing 'dazzle' for other drivers.
Like the Scenic, the 2012 Megane can be ordered with a Visio system comprising a camera fixed to the windscreen behind the rear view mirror which scans the road ahead and, whenever natural or street lighting is poor, automatically switches to full-beam headlights at speeds of more than 28mph.
An optional DSG dual-clutch transmission will be available, along with new technologies such as bi-xenon headlamps with adaptive control and new full-beam assistant, whereby a sensor detects oncoming vehicles and dips the beam.