When is the risk greatest that the dipped headlights will be dazzling?
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High ball pressure = the rear of the car is pressed down, which leads to the front being elevated. An elevated front means that the beams from the lights do not hit the road but rather point at eye level with the oncoming driver.
This can be avoided in some cars by adjusting the position of the lights.
The load is placed far back in the trailer (the red box) and is therefore tipping the trailer backwards so that the coupling device is pushed upwards. The rear of the car is lifted by the coupling device.
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