[sub]Boy, I’m gonna embarass myself if this has been asked.[/sub]
I have had only one headlight for about 5 weeks now. My excuse, flimsy as it is, is that it has been rather too cold for me to change the light. We’ve had a nasty, cold winter so far in Northern Ohio. I’ve actually had the new headlight sittting in the car all this time. Just waiting for the right sunny day to install it.
Perhaps, because **I **only have one headlight, I have notice that there are incredible numbers of cars with only one headlight. I see them every night while driving.
So, my question is, are cars with only one headlight more common in winter than Spring/Summer/Fall? If so, why? Or am I just more sensitive to this because mine is out?
Of course, in the summer, I wouldn’t notice that an approaching car had a missing headlight until they needed to turn their lights on, probably about 9:00 or so. In January, we turn our headlights on at 5-6.