If you dislike driving after dark because of the irritating lights from motorists behind you reflecting into your eyes from your rearview mirror, a new technology just might be the solution to your problem.

Auto-dimming mirrors contain a clear gel that sits between two panes of glass. When the light gauge in the mirror senses a bright light, it will automatically dispense a small electric shock to the clear gel. This begins a chain reaction chemical response that darkens the gel, allowing it to absorb oncoming light. When you glance into your rearview mirror, you'll still be able to see the objects behind you, but they'll be dimmed by the gel and unable to directly shine into your eyes. This technology will eliminate the temporary blindness that can come from looking directly at a bright light.

You can test drive a vehicle that features this useful technology by visiting Jaguar Greensboro.


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