I disagree. it precisely AIMS where you're turning and even further out unless you're doing high speed 90-degree turns lol. very noticeable in the dark, very helpful offroad.
I guess you're right but, it can only go so far it doesn't aim right or left more than 5 to 10 degrees max. It's more beneficial on longer distances than winding roads IMO. It's not like when they have lights on the sides of vehicles when you are turning right and left which illuminate the side when you turn your turn signals on at low speeds to illuminate the drive or streets you are turning into . like I said its a slight bend to help when going around curves in road, not a right or left turn. I guess you're right in that sense it does aims the way you're turning but not enough to really really notice it unless you are actively looking for it. My Jag would turn a lot farther than this one does, it was really noticeable. Maybe because the car was so low to the ground compared to this.
Maybe its mine and it doesn't go as far as it should.
What I really wish it did was to adjust up and down based on how much weight I have in the back. Damn I get flashed a lot by oncoming cars as if I have my brights on. You'd think that it could adjust down as you sag in in the rear end based on cargo. I should think that is a no brainer on an engineering standpoint. If it can adjust left and right it should be able to adjust up and down.