Originally Posted by waggs
bumps. kinda on the same topic but is there any way to have the regular driving lights stay on with the high beams?
By "regular driving lights" do you mean "low beams"?
If so, there is no logical reason for doing so, and one big physiological reason for not doing so (they do have engineers design these things)...
Having both the low and high beams on ("dipped" and "brights" for my mother's clan) will create a bright spot in the foreground that will cause you pupils to close and render the long distance effectiveness of the high beams virtually useless--and unsafe to boot.
This is a different request from the fellow who wanted to leave his OEM 27.5W "toy/cosmetic*" fog lights on, it is possible but I won't tell you how...
* - In Europe the Philips catalog described the #899 27.5W lamp as a toy/cosmetic fog/driving lamp
--I love it, that's exactly what it is...