In new research done by AAA the organization found that drivers who had been driving with cloudy headlights produced 80 percent less light then what a new head light would.
Cloudy headlights are caused over time by sunlight. It damages the plastic coating of most headlights and ends up with a foggy yellowish tint.
With 50 percent of accidents happening at night, headlights are an added danger. Cleaning your headlights is fine for a short term fix, but experts recommend replacing the lights long term.