Is driving without headlights a moving violation?

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Annie Travis
Annie TravisInsurance Feature Writer

Posted on Feb 10, 2023

Yes, driving without headlights is a moving violation. It's illegal to drive a vehicle without headlights during the hours of darkness. This is to ensure that all drivers are visible and can be seen by other drivers on the road. Failing to turn on your headlights when required can result in a ticket and fines.

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