Headlight Cleaning and Restoration Kit to Boost Nighttime Driving Safety
MDWholesale.com, a famed automotive safety oriented website and company has recently divulged a secret to attaining a safer nighttime travel. The company advised drivers and motorists alike to bring with them a headlight cleaning and restoration kit in cases of headlight emergencies while traveling at night.
According to David Maillie, President of MDWholesale.com, “It is a proven fact that our field of vision is greatly reduced when driving at night and cloudy or dim headlights will greatly increase the risks of a night time accident. We want consumers to be aware that most accidents occur at night and the number one reason is due to bad headlights.”
An average of 9 out of every 10 cars on the road today has dirty or yellowed headlights that greatly reduce vision and need to be replaced or professionally cleaned. That fact is revealed by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Further, it was stated that the problem is not always on the bulb but in the outer plastic lens that makes the lighting dim, cloudy, worn and blurry. Exposure to such lighting conditions triggers accidents at night.
According to the National Institute for Highway Safety, and the previous 10 years of traffic accident data, lighting is the most essential issue linked to accidents at night. This is the reason why every driver must be equipped with headlight kit. Having the latter accessible any time gives the rider the opportunity to clean and restore his headlight to its original and clean state. This kit is an economical alternative to repairs and services. Aside from that it can be had, even at the wee hours of the day. This kit is compatible with Volvo, Honda, Mazda, headlights for GMC truck and to other brands as well.
Maillie further noted, “Make your car look better and see better at night with our headlight cleaning and restoration kit. Our goal is to make consumers safer when driving through our products and safety information and education.”
About the Author: Tracy is a 29 year old researcher and writer from Dallas, Texas with extensive experience in writing auto-related articles and covering automotive related events. She is currently a contributing writer for a leading automotive e-zine.