Bohoo. That is their problem. When it comes down to it, you want to be noticed on your motorcycle so they can SEE you. You will get the occasional flashing of the headlights by oncoming traffic, but is one motorcycle headlight REALLY gonna blind somebody? No.Can anyone tell me how to change my head light on my VN 2000? Because of the heat, at night is the only time to ride and cars do not like my high beam.
The switch on your left handlebar (black rocker) will switch your headlights from high to low but if they are still in everyones eyes you may have to adjust the beam . Tell us if thats the case and we'll tell you how!!Can anyone tell me how to change my head light on my VN 2000? Because of the heat, at night is the only time to ride and cars do not like my high beam.
I do not think that I am above the law, nor was I being cranky, I was just simply stating my thoughts to the OP. The OP can follow whatever advice they choose. Hence the YMMV at the end of my post.So when the Alabama Highway Patrol pulls him over for failure to dim his headlights he can just say a forum told him to do it? Someone must be cranky at 5 am. What's the difference with a cage with one headlight and a motorcycle? I'll tell you; NOTHING. Failure to dim is failure to dim, sorry to soapbox but I have a problem with someone thinking they're above the law just because they ride or drive xyz brand bike or car. If you want to be seen get more (legal) lights.
Thing is, I just changed mine a couple days before. When I was at the parts place I went out to the parking lot to get my old bulb for comparison, since that's not an item that can be returned.Bill Braske hit the nail on the head for changing out the light bulbs.