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Ok i see that it is very specific when it comes to motorcycles, "When operated upon any highway in this State, every motorcycle shall at all times exhibit at least one lighted lamp, showing a white light visible for at least 500 feet in the direction the motorcycle is proceeding".
But with cars it says that "Headlights are legally required when objects 1,000 feet away from your vehicle are not visible". I'm still unsure of the relevance to our certain predicament. The vehicle in question has two headlights that can be operated once conditions get unfavorable or dark, they point straight down, but it doesn't seem to address if there is a rule/law concerning the throw of the headlights on cars. From what i can understand it just covers when you are required to turn on your lights with nothing concerning actual effectiveness like is written when concerning motorcycles.