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5/5/2013 5:59:00 AM
Letter: Another bright idea

I'd like to remind Kingmanites to turn off their cars' bright headlights when there are other cars on the road - even one or two of them.

As you know, we are very short on streetlights here in Kingman and it is hard to see when driving at night. We use our high beams but don't think that perhaps we are blinding an oncoming vehicle or even one behind us with those blinding lights in our mirrors.

I love all of Kingman's citizens - we are special folks. I just want to remind you to be considerate of others on the road in the spooky dark and prevent accidents.

Even our big trash bins are in danger, don't cha know?

Pat Knaak

Kingman




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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Article comment by: agree with get a life

Yea...Lets pass laws against the headlights Auto makers have spent years and billions creating.

There safer, longer lasting, cost effective, over time more dependable then the common headlights. Oh and lets not forget Approved by Dept of highway safety

Go play Bingo...


Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Article comment by: Get A Life

Come on people, get a life already! If all you have to complain about is this, then you need to find a Bingo hall somewhere to take up your time. You're falling into the "Ole Biddy" routine where you just have a bunch of folks that have nothing better to do than to complain about minute stuff.

Posted: Sunday, May 5, 2013
Article comment by: kingman driver

I would like to see law enforcement restrict the use of the illegal aftermarket "blue" headlights. It's obvious which ones these are, as opposed to the newer style ones on new model cars. These aftermarket lamps are blinding-bright and unnecessary and are supposed to be for off-road use only.

Posted: Sunday, May 5, 2013
Article comment by: Rick O'Shea

Don't forget also, people that feel a need to jack their vehicles so high they need a ladder to get in, re-adjust your headlights.



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