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Feds target glare

WASHINGTON - People annoyed by nighttime glare from car and truck headlights have a willing ear for their complaints, and tighter rules on lighting suppliers and automakers could result.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week invited motorists, the industry and other parties to comment by Dec. 1 on nighttime glare issues. The action is separate from NHTSA's ongoing examination of daytime running lights, some of which have been called too bright or poorly positioned.

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