I was riding back from the unveiling of Nicky Hayden's statue in Owensboro, Ky last Friday and ahead there was a car on the left ready to pull out, then on the right, another pulling up to the stop sign as I approached the intersection. I turned on my high beams to draw attention to my approach. On a ride, the week before, one of my riding buddies told me the headlight on my Africa Twin looked dim and I should check the aim. The AT uses only the left LED headlight until the high beams are used. In the past I have flashed my high beams in this situation, however, I've had second thoughts about this practice, since it may indicate to some that it's okay to go ahead and pull out. I've also occasionally weaved back and forth to attract attention, with good results....so far. I usually wear hi-viz and my next helmet will be a white one. Any thoughts here, about using the high beam to attract attention?