You Don't Use Your Headlights Properly

One of my biggest pet peeves is when you are right behind me at night and you have your high beams on. Your low beams, I'm sure, are sufficient to see where my car is - 10 feet in front of you. The high beams flood the inside of my car and tends to wash out the view in front of me which is dangerous. Truck lights are usually higher than car lights so if you're close to my car your low beams are the same height as my back window. Therefore you still flood my car with light. I would appreciate it if you kept back and stop tailgating. During the day it's not as bad but it's still aggravating. When following other cars at night use low beams. High beams not only shine in the rear view mirror but also the left outside mirror which reflects the light into the driver's eyes.