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Car headlight. This car part is found on the front of a car, and is used to illuminate the road ahead in the dark. The light bulb is surrounded by a reflector, a parabolic mirror that focuses the light from the bulb to a point in front of the vehicle. The glass front is designed to diffuse the light emitted, so that the area immediately in front and to the side of the car is also illuminated. This is achieved by the grooves or ribs in the glass front, which act like prisms. This headlamp has a yellow-coloured front that will produce a yellower light than normal.
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