Why are so many motorists so lazy that when a headlight bulb goes out, they don't bother to change it, but instead drive with the one remaining headlight on full beam? At night it's like a one-eyed monster staring you down. It's so bright that it's dangerous to oncoming vehicles and a bloody pain in the arse in the mirrors of others. Are they really that lazy that they can't spend 5 minutes changing a bulb?
I think this is symptomatic of a larger problem nowadays - that people just don't have any pride in their possessions any more, cars being a prime example. So often I see relatively new cars with cracked windscreens, dented and rusted bodywork, broken lights and all manner of other cosmetic issues. If the owners can't be bothered to fix stuff like that, it makes sense why you see so many people driving around with one flat tyre, or tyres with no tread. Cosmetic things are easy to fix, mechanical things take a little more thought and I think people are just too lazy nowadays to do this routine maintenance. A classic example is the person who routinely buys a small bottle of oil "because my engine leaks". Just get the leak fixed! The excuse is always "but that costs money". Really? And all that oil you're buying is free? These drivers spend more money on temporary remedies than it would cost to just get off their lazy backsides and have the problem fixed in the first place.