Question: Night Visibility
Will Headlight Restoration Improve Night Visibility?
Yes. Driving with cloudy or discolored lenses reduces the lenses ability to project light, which is a safety hazard. Discolored headlights can only project light up to 145 feet, compared to restored headlights can project up to 365 feet, drastically improving your nighttime visibility.
The majority of headlights manufactured today are made of polycarbonate, a strong thermoplastic. Manufacturing polycarbonate headlights over traditional glass headlights has allowed car manufacturers to create headlights in all kinds of cool shapes and sizes, but there is one drawback: oxidation. Oxidation is one of the major causes of yellowing in headlights. Many factors can cause oxidation, including excessive heat, pollution, harsh detergents, ultraviolet exposure from the sun, chemicals, etc. Over time, all polycarbonate headlights will oxidize and needing replacement or restoration. Oxidation creates limited visibility for drivers and safety becomes an issue. Above all, this is where headlight restoration comes in.
For example, headlight restoration is a process used to remove oxidation from headlights and to preserve the lenses by re-applying a protective UV-resistant coating. Also, there are many benefits to headlight restoration, and in this article we will be listing a few of them.
Firstly, is the benefit of safety. In fact, headlights on vehicles are there for a reason… Read More