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While Ohio drivers wouldn’t dream of driving after dark without their headlights on, not everyone knows that they need to have them on in bad weather. A law passed in 2015 mandates that headlights must be on whenever it’s raining, snowing, or foggy enough that you cannot see 1,000 feet down the road. This same law also puts into words the specific times you need to have them on — from sunset to sunrise. While the police observed a grace period to allow drivers to get used to it, those days are over.
One way to make sure you don’t forget is to make it a habit to turn on your headlights whenever you turn on your windshield wipers. Another solution is to drive with them on all the time, day as well as night. It used to be that drivers would avoid this since they often forget to turn them off when they went into work or shop and came out to find they had a dead battery.
However, today’s GM vehicles have an auto setting that shuts the headlights off after a set period of time, usually long enough to light the way for you to make your way inside after parking the car. This feature serves to prevent overuse of both the battery and the headlights. But even with all the advances in technology, neither your battery nor your headlight will last the lifetime of the car. However, when your battery dies, you know it while it’s a different matter with a headlight. You may drive for days without knowing it.
In the best-case scenario, some good samaritan driver will let you know you’re operating with only one headlight. In the worst-case scenario, it will be a police officer who pulls you over. If this happens to you, and he is convinced that you were sincerely in the dark (no pun intended) about the situation, he may choose to issue what is sometimes called a fix-it summons.
This type of ticket will be forgiven if you get the headlight fixed within the specified time limit, which in this case is ASAP. If this happens to you, you can bring your car to Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC near Columbus in Delaware, OH for a headlight replacement service performed by one of our GM certified technicians.
And while you’re here, we will do our best to make your wait comfortable with amenities such as
For times when you are having maintenance service that takes longer than you can wait, we also offer early drop-off and late pick-up hours, loaner vehicles, and even Sunday service hours.
The GM certified technicians are one reason to get your transmission fluid exchanged at Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC. You can trust in their expertise to get this service done right. It is also very easy to schedule your appointment for transmission fluid exchange online here. For Columbus and Delaware, OH drivers who need transmission fluid exchange service, Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC is your preferred dealership.