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High beams should not be used in bad weather because they

Question: High beams should not be used in bad weather because they (1 point)
A. Illuminate more of the road.
B. Help other drivers.
C. Reflect light back at you.
D. Use too much energy.

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Reflect light back at you.

Using your high-beams in the fog, rain or snow can reduce your ability to see the road because the light will reflect directly in your eyes.

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