As you should! But in this case, it IS possible to turn the headlights off at night when you're not in motion. The problem is, they won't stay turned off. If you drive too long or over a certain speed, they automatically turn on. I guess the capacitive control allows for the cars' computer to override my headlight selection in a way that would be difficult with a conventional switch, but the problem is not with the switch.I blame all the capacitive controls
I keep hoping that someone finds a way to use a VCDS tool to change a setting and keep the headlights shut off if I manually shut them off ... or at least change the speed or timing that causes the lights to turn back on. So far, none of our VCDS gurus have reported a way to do this.