Adaptive-Front-Lightning System

AFS (Adaptive Front-Lighting System)

March 20, 2019David

AFS (Adaptive Front-Lighting System) is an active safety feature which helps to prevent road accidents at night.

It helps provide a good field of vision when driving at night, around curves, hills and intersections.

Also, is the distribution of light from the headlights according to the driver’s output depending on the vehicle speed and steering.

It’s a great technology, very useful and helpful in the field of reducing unconscious damage.

Lexus is a great test of AFS built system with a switch around your left hand side close to the cluster.

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Besides, they are to improve the lighting condition of the road ahead and safety at night which consider as a characteristics of the driver’s preview behavior and eye movement.

Mazda vehicles also have such feature.

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How AFS(Adaptive Front-Lighting System) Works

These are auxiliary light that are link to the steering when driving at night.

It responds to the direction at which the driver turns the steering wheel.

The light turns in accordance with the speed of the vehicle.

This function only operate when the AFS bottom is turn on.

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