Which of the following statements about headlights is FALSE?
You should use high beams when you are driving in open country and there is no traffic in sight. High beams help you see farther ahead, but they can blind the driver of a nearby vehicle. They can also reflect off precipitation, causing glare. You should use low beams when you are traveling behind another vehicle or when another vehicle is approaching. Also use low beams in fog, rain, or snow.