I found that the lights can be adjusted up enough to take some of that dark latter off of the road immediately in front of you, and as cars approach, the headlight height on the palisade is low enough to not bother on coming cars. If they drive a Mazda Miata then it is so low that any headlight is lighting their cabin up! It’s all relative! Have you ever had a Ford f 150 behind you at a stop light? The lights will be reflecting off every available mirror and all you can do is turn your mirrors or cover your eyes!No, it does not. It's a byproduct of the cutoff in the light. The only thing you're going to achieve by adjusting the lights up is moving the entire pattern up and throwing more glare into oncoming traffic.