Do I need to adjust my headlights before taking my car to Spain?

I am taking my right-hand drive car from England to Spain by ferry for a short holiday break. Do I have to make any amendments to my headlights? Do I need to take a road warning sign?

Asked on 11 June 2010 by Grem

Answered by Honest John
Yes, you have to fix your headlights so they don't blind oncoming drivers, you have to carry a warning triangle and you have to carry high vis jackets or tabards inside the car for everyone travelling in the car.
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