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I think the biggest problem there was the flood lights blinding oncoming traffic. I rarely use my work lights on the roadside, instead I prefer to use a flashlight. I also removed the work lights from my light bar, they were to high up to do me any good and blinded the hell out of oncoming traffic. I still have 4 pairs of lights plus a 27" flood light bar so I can light up the area behind me like daylight, but it gets obnoxious to oncoming traffic, even with everything tilted downwards as much as possible. By keeping them off while roadside you make your emergency lighting more effective by not getting washed out, plus you don't blind the people coming at you.

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