Nothing is ever clear, but your safety on the road is!

Days go on by with our busy lives and we eventually start to notice our lights getting dimmer and dimmer. You take a look at your car and you realize! “Oh No! My headlights are cloudy!”. Driving with cloudy headlights is an extreme risk that can endanger not only your pocket to pay fines, but as well as your life.

According to USA Today, approximately 2,500 people are tragically killed each year at night when crossing a road. These tragic events are usually associated with poor visibility caused by cloudy or hazy headlights. While some states might classify these accidents as a felony, it is, therefore, your responsibility as a driver to keep your headlights up to standard to avoid being liable in an accident.

What Causes Foggy Head lights?

Most headlight lenses these days are made from a thick plastic comprised of polycarbonates. Unlike the glass lenses that were used in older cars, these plastic lenses are much more scratch-resistant and durable. However, over time, as this polycarbonate plastic is exposed to UV rays from the sun, the outer layers begin to break down and degrade. These changes cause the lenses to absorb blue light from the bulbs and cause a less potent, yellowish light to be emitted.

Can My New Car Get Foggy Headlights?

Fortunately, It is very unlikely to get foggy headlights on a new car, however, it is not impossible. If your new car gets foggy headlights with no damages to the car and have warranty on your vehicle, contact Payne Service Center at our locations in Rio Grande City, Mission, Weslaco, Edinburg, Brownsville and Mission to have that problem fixed immediately.

What if I have damages to my car? How can I get my headlights fixed?

Dents towards the headlights? Don’t worry Payne Auto Group is here to save the day! If you do have damages to your car caused by a crash, or dent, Contact Payne Collision Center located in Weslaco and they will gladly assist you!

Having foggy headlights is a real issue to pay attention to! To not only protect ourselves but the people around us as well. Payne Auto Group will ensure our best way to make sure that you’re protected on the road! Make an appointment with the Service Center if there is no damage to the car and under warranty or contact Payne Collision Center if there is a dent or damaged headlight to get that fixed right away!