The invention serves as a temporary emergency replacement for a motor vehicle headlight.
Headlights are an important piece of safety equipment when driving at night. Not only do they allow drivers to see the road and possible obstacles for great distances ahead, they also allow other drivers to see your car. It is of the utmost importance to repair such lights when they cease to function. While a simple burnt-out lamp is the most common problem, other occurrences such as blown fuses, bad wiring, and corroded sockets can also keep such lights from working. Inventor Torres has created a means by which the functionality of a motor vehicle headlight can be provided at all times without reliance on the operational status of the electrical system of the vehicle.
This clever new invention can be used on almost any vehicle, and ensures safety while reducing the chances of a ticket. It would be powered by a rechargeable battery, and can also be used as a handheld flashlight. The use of the Temporary Headlight Assembly allows for continued emergency operation of a motor vehicle with a non-functional headlight in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.