Originally Posted by earlzie
hey guys... im from Canada and of course the snow is starting to fall here for winter.. anyway i would like to know which kind of headlight bulbs are good for snowy conditions? Halogens, HID's.... i currently bought some PIAA lights but a friend told me that the bright lights are horrible for snowy driving because you see every single snow flake and he actually pulled over tot he side of the road and ripped his out and put the old ones back in haha.. since it is a pain in the butt to replace the bulbs now.. having to take the grill off and everything.. i would like to know which is best before i take everything apart..
With all the lights from other cars even with good bulbs there is a lot of glare in Chicago with the snow. Did you know tossing on a pair of yellow polarized lens for sun glasses such as Oakley eliminates the glare from the snow. It's actually really nice to have those for winter driving even in the dark. Just a suggestion since I know nothing about bulbs.