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Headlamps are usually mounted on the front of a vehicle to provide illumination in the darkness. Many modern vehicles also have headlamps that swivel with the steering to provide better illumination while turning corners.

Most headlamps are designed to produce a beam that illuminates the road ahead without blinding oncoming drivers. The light produced by the headl The exact design of the beam pattern varies depending on the vehicle's intended use, such as off-road driving, oncoming traffic suppression, or long-distance illumination.

Some headlamp systems use reflectors and lenses that can be adjusted to control the beam pattern; others are fixed and cannot be adjusted. Headlamps may also be equipped with light-emitting diode (LED) arrays.