Tracy, you'll need to aim your lights. If your lights are like mine, there are 1-2 small bubble levelers in each light. Move your coach to a place that's truly level and facing a wall. You'll quickly learn what to do.
Be thoughtful in connecting the headlights to the 12v. The new connector plugs probably won't be like the OEM's, so it's easy to get one light on high-beam and the other on low, or as in my case, the high- and low-beam reversed. By the way, my lights were made for a Lincoln Model XXXX which is why the connectors didn't match up. To the BOMK, most coaches use domestic auto head lights.
About the last thing I want to do is to the bus drive at night, having hit a tire carcass in daylight ($15 k in damage), but the hazy lenses just got too ugly for me to tolerate.
2005 CC Allure 470 #31177, full-timer and painter Tom, his "kids" -- 2 African greys & a happy Havanese greeter-pup -- lugging way too much kit and being pushed by 8Birds, a wee Mini Cooper 6-speed toad