In heavy rain, the brightness of car headlights may be affected, but this is mainly due to the reduced visibility caused by external environmental factors, rather than the change in the brightness of the headlights themselves. SHINESELL reminds car owners not to worry about heavy rain affecting the lighting of car lights.

  1. Water mist scattering: Water droplets in rain will scatter light, so that the light emitted by the headlights is dispersed before it reaches a distance, thereby reducing the intensity of direct light and visibility at a distance.

  2. Road surface reflection: Heavy rain will form a water film on the road surface, and the reflection of the water surface will reduce the efficiency of the headlights irradiating the road surface, especially at night or dusk. This reflection may make it more difficult for drivers to see the road conditions.

  3. Water and fog on the car windows: Heavy rain may also cause water accumulation and internal fog on the car windows, affecting the driver's observation of the external environment through the car windows, and indirectly affecting the perception of the brightness of the headlights.

  In response to this situation, some cars are designed with special rainy day driving lights or fog lights. These lights can emit a beam pattern that is more suitable for use in adverse weather conditions, such as wider and lower-angle lighting to reduce the scattering of light in the rain and improve the safety of driving in rainy days. At the same time, SHINESELL reminds drivers to keep the lights and windows clean, which can also help improve the vision of driving in rainy days to a certain extent.