I only noticed the lack of distance with the headlights a couple of nights ago. I haven’t made any changes, not sure why it seems to have changed all by itself.
Twaddle. Of course we look at headlight allignment!They can misalign after a while. It is a big problem in i.e. the UK where their MOT doesn't really look at headlight adjustment so everyone drives around with dodgy headlights. But it is also the reason why noone cares if LHD vehicles drive around without deflection stickers there.
In Australia you have to be glad that some cars drive with a single working headlight so yeh, I doubt it gets adjusted during servicing or mandatory inspection (which only exists in NSW and Tasmania afaik).
Headlamp aim is definitely part of the UK MOT, having lived there for over 40 years, I had to have it adjusted several times.
Over 20 months of ownership I've learned a lot about how the headlights in the Model 3 work. I have the older style lights, but I'm pretty confident that what I'm about to tell you holds true for the new style lights too. I hate the Model 3 headlights (short throw being one of the reasons), so have been playing around with them a lot to figure out how to get them as good as they can be. I found that every time I adjusted them, they'd go out of alignment the next drive. It was driving me crazy until I figured out how they actually operate.I think the headlights throw distance of my car is too short, the low beams don’t illuminate far enough, certainly much shorter than my other car. Is there any way to adjust that?