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Parking Lights make it hard to see when snowing

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Most cars have all the lights point forward, but the parking lights (aka signature lights) on the Model 3 point straight up into the air which lights up the wall of snow falling from the sky. This made it really hard to see anything in front of me at night. Tesla could probably easily solve this by adding an option to turn off the the parking lights although I don't know how feasible this would be since it's probably against regulations in some markets. Have any of you experienced this yet?
 
Most cars have all the lights point forward, but the parking lights (aka signature lights) on the Model 3 point straight up into the air which lights up the wall of snow falling from the sky. This made it really hard to see anything in front of me at night. Tesla could probably easily solve this by adding an option to turn off the the parking lights although I don't know how feasible this would be since it's probably against regulations in some markets. Have any of you experienced this yet?
Maybe they need to be adjusted? Wonder if they’re adjustable like the main headlights through the screen?
 
Good catch, I am concerned about visibility as my cars age they have pitted windshields, yellowed headlights, and are competing with all the oncoming Xenon headlights. Not good to hear about issues in the snow that is also plaguing my old cars this week. Why hasn't Elon responded the way he did about the glovebox not opening w/o the screen issue...?

-Randy