I can accept that a light in the front of the car may be of benefit in two lane roads and in passing situations. I also may accept that in streets with lines of cars on the side a moving/not moving indicator may be good.
I on the other hand HATE people who have their headlights on in the day time. They are just too bright. I don’t like driving on busy roads at night because of the bright lights (luckily they’ve begun putting blinds between undivided interstates lately), but now I can avoid them in the day. On roads with even a slight hill, the head lights shine directly into the eyes of the oncoming drivers and in the rear view mirors of the guy in front of you. This is very problematic. In the day you cannot dim your rearview mirror to mute out the light either, and still use it. The glare of on coming lights blinds me to the people in front of me, who are immediately more important.
I would suggest this, daytime running lights which consist of amber parking lights, or at minimum lower, dimmer headlamps. Until they add dimmer settings on the cars, please use your parking lights, they will do just fine, brighter is not better. A better arrangement would be implementing mandatory headlight usage on two lane roads, and possibly in city streets, but not and interstates and busy roads. Leave the power up to the driver, and don’t perscribe this as permanent on all cars. It isn’t a passive system, you may put others at risk.