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Hi,
I may venture into Europe next month and wonder about converting my head lights for driving on the right.
My car is an Astra Estate 2014 Automatic 1.6 petrol.
The head lights don't seem to have any labels to say what they are.
I'm therefore not sure if i can adjust them or need some sticky things to cover them.
On my old Astra i couldn't get the marks from the sticky things off the headlights when i got back to the UK
Any help appreciated.
 

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I've been out to the car and taken a snap of what appears to be adjustors for the headlight.
has anyone adjusted heas lights for driving on the right hand side of the road ?
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Those are only for setting the headlights up correctly, not altering the beam pattern for driving on the right.
I don't think you can alter the lights for continental use, so you will probably need convertor stickers.
 

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Can it be trusted do you think. Also is the normal lights halogen ?
Well, that appears to be a genuine Vauxhall manual, so you should probably trust it.
All that will do is lower the light beams, but if VX say it's ok, so be it.
Normal lights would be halogen bulbs, I think you would know if you had either of the other types.
 
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