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    It doesn't matter how fast your car is, you can only drive as fast as you can see down the road ahead of you. When the plastic lenses on your headlights get hazy and oxidized, they disperse the light and reduce your visibility. Here’s how to clean them.

    How to clean your car headlights

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      Frugal Fun Ideas: Clean Car Headlights with Toothpaste! Really need to do this on my car!

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