Some car driving tips are designed to help you save gas. Others are intended to help you save yourself some trouble, eco-friendly as well.
If you find yourself making sudden stops or swerving to avoid things, you might want to consider how far out in front of your bumper you drive. The farther the better as it allows you to anticipate dangerous conditions, changes in traffic flow, and other things that are better known well in advance.
Driving lights are usually mounted higher and close together, as their job is illumination beyond the limits of high beam. What sort of car is it? I'm not aware of any that come with factory (as opposed to dealer fitted) driving lights. I'm not saying there aren't any, and would be interested to know.
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