Growing up in the Midwest, it’s not at all uncommon to be told to “watch out for deer” when leaving someone’s house. In fact, if it’s dusk or later I’m almost surprised if no one informed me of the potential threat these four-legged creatures pose to me on the road (as though I haven’t lived in the country for nearly my entire life). There’s really not much you can do to protect yourself against a head-on encounter with one, you just have to know where the run and keep your eyes peeled. A little extra lighting never hurt, which is the idea behind the Rayzer.
The Rayzer is an aftermarket lighting kit that mounts between your rear-view mirror and windshield. This position allows the lights to illuminate your surroundings far better than your ordinary headlights. The first thing I thought of when I saw this was that I would hate to be driving anywhere near someone that had one of these. Think about it, those lights are going to be shining at eye level. Luckily these are wirelessly synchronized with your high-beams. This means that they will turn off when you switch off your brights. You can pick one up at the beginning of next year for an undisclosed price.