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Lights and alignment

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How many times have we all been blinded by an oncoming vehicle and flickered our high beams, only to have the other driver melt our corneas by responding with their fulls? The conclusion: Those low beams are jacked up (both literally and figuratively).

Headlights can become misaligned in many ways. One of the most common is when the person replacing a bad light inadvertently turns the adjusting screws instead of the retaining fasteners. Wing damage and other front-end damage can also cause lights to become disaligned, as can carrying heavy loads in the boot or on the back seat (which is why several upscale SUVs now have automatic load-leveling suspension systems).

If you think that your lights are out of alignment - visit Link Road motors and we will check and if needed - realign your headlights.

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