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I have recently bought a 2015 GSF after owning an ISF for nearly 10 years.  I visit the continent frequently and drive on quite a few unlit and windy roads where I have to turn off the auto headlights.  My biggest problem is the LED headlights are soo bright that you cannot see the inside of bends sharper than 45 degrees.  As a result I find myself running wide to avoid falling off the inside.  This can be really scarey!!!  Lexus have no answer and recommend not changing the standard specification - not very helpful.

Has anyone experienced the same problem - fitted after market side lights or fog lights?  Can anyone suggest a product and/or a sollution?

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is there no way that the angle of the beam can be altered for Continental driving?  I know that this is possible on some German cars. 

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There is the standard adjustment for the head lights (up/down and Left/right) but the problem is on both sides of the car - both left and right hand bends are not adequately illuminated.

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