By Ken Tucci, WBZ-TV

I have a request.  Would WBZ news please ask drivers not to use their high beams when behind another vehicle?  It makes it very hard to see the road in front of you and could possibly cause a very serious accident.  – Al, Lawrence

Yes we will.  Knock it off with the high beams!! 

And how about those high intensity blue headlights that hit you and you feel like someone’s driven an icepick through your eye?  Knock it off with those, too.

Joe Shortsleeve did a story about those high intensity lights.  You can see it here.

What’s your experience on the road?

Comments (2)
  1. steve says:

    If I had a nickel for every time I’ve encountered a selfish, dumbed down driver with the bright lights on, I’d have enough money to hire a livery car to haul me around. Seems like leaving bright lights on goes hand in hand with decreasing levels of politeness. It’s everyone for themselves. That’s really sad.

  2. Tin says:

    This is totally off topic, but I think it is cool and for a very special boy….wanted to pass it on, maybe you all will want to do the same.

    A little 9-year old boy in Dracut is battling Neuroblastoma (an agrressive, malignant brain tumor). His birthday is coming up IN FIVE days and he LOVES getting mail. He has a FB page: “Super Nick Power”. His mother wanted to try to get him a birthday card from every state. Do any of you know anyone in: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Illinois, Louisianna, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, N. Carolina, N Dakota, S Dakota, Tennessee, W Virginia and Wyoming… could you ask them to send Nick a card?

    This is what his Mother wrote on facebook:
    “So as some of you know Nick’s birthday is this month, the 27th and he will be 9 years old. I thought I would surprise him with some happy mail. He loves getting mail. Was trying to see if he can get a card from EVERY STATE. We know he has a lot of followers. Will collect all the cards and give them to him on his birthday. Any one interested send to:
    Super Nick Power
    PO Box 142
    Dracut, MA 01826

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