Moist gets in if the seal on your headlight is open. This usually happens as the car gets older. The hot headlight bulbs mix with the air and make moist. Just get the headlights resealed, and no more moist.
it means that your going to fast to stop when something comes into the view of your headlights.
If you install headlights other than stock equipment, yes.
Cold. Your body has to work harder to warm you up, therefore you burn more calories
in a hot weather you can burn more more calories because of sweating
In theory, yes.
your headlights will burn out faster and could possibly blow a fuse, but you would go through headlights and a drastically increased rate if you use headlights when they are unneeded.
A candle will burn faster at room temp. Candels burn by means of the wick effect. The energy from the flam heats the wax beneath the wick ( by way of convection threw the wick and by luminescent radiation , causing it to melt then asend threw the wick, ( eventually having enough heat to evaporate buy the time it reaches the top of the wick) It then burns as a vapor when mixed with oxgene much like gasoline, the melting and vaporisation points vary depending on the type of wax used, but ultimitly the warmer the candel to begin with the faster it will burn. PS, I am sorry if my grammer isn't very good.....I am french :) PPS. I am not a scientist, just a scientist in training... AND a Pyro, so i base on both science and personal experience
Being old is usually what does it. If new headlights burn out, do a voltmeter check. If the voltage is much over 14, your voltage regulator is fried.
Headlights are generally wired in parallel. This way, if one headlight is to burn out, the others remain lit.
You burn calories and some from fat to keep warm. Particularly when it is cold, your body uses more calories.
Yes, taking cold showers can increase your metabolism and burn fat.
Your headlight is leaking, allowing water to enter the lens. when it is on water will burn out the bulb.
it is so cold it can burn you