With normal wear, a car's headlights may become yellow due to environmental pollutants, soap, wax residues and other dirt and chemicals the headlights are exposed to. Dingy, yellow and cloudy headlights reduce the amount of light the bulb can project, causing the light to be diffused in unnecessary directions instead of where the light is most needed - the path in front of the car, especially when driving on a dark road. Dirt and pollutants also cause residue on the lamp's lens, and they can significantly reduce the lamp's lifetime.
You may also be fined and your car made un-road worthy.
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