Authorities should study dangers of glaring headlights

I have observed that there are cars on our roads installed with what look like halogen, light-emitting diode (LED) or Xenon headlights.

These bright lights are very glaring for other road users, especially when viewed from rear or side mirrors. Drivers affected by this glare can be blindsided by approaching motorcyclists from their left or right, thus making it very dangerous when changing lanes.

I urge the Land Transport Authority and Traffic Police to study the dangers these lights pose. Accidents could be avoided.

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