Depending on where he's driving -
etc. Get some light on the subject.
In article <HtadnUeaP5PjFOjfRVn-uQ@look.ca>,
"PCK" <email@example.com> wrote:
> danger to human life?
> its just a headlamp you goof
> "Shades" <shades_1970(at)netins(dot)net> wrote in message
> > It is a very good idea. If nothing else, when the new ones get older
> > and one burns out you have a spare to use till another burns out.
> > It is probably half marketing, half security and common since. It winds
> > up being totally up to you, the owner of the vehicle. But remember, you
> > are on the road with hundreds, thousands, millions of other Men, Women,
> > and Children...is a human life worth the few extra bucks, it could be you
> > or a loved one!
> > "stevie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:ffHZd.email@example.com...
> >> Is it really advisable to change both headlights at the same time?? I
> >> changed one a couple months ago & noticed package recommended changing
> >> both
> >> at once. Is this just marketing?
> >> The other headlight is pretty old, possibly 8-10 years.
> >> Pickup uses #6054 bulbs, one on each side.
> >> 82 F100