WHY do people drive with their lights on during the day iv heard a few excuses eg. its a fasion statement, so people can see me, it helps charge the battery and so on. Only reason i ask as i saw a ea in the city a while ago a guy drivin with his lights on and some yobbo in a old ute got out with a metal bar and smashed both his headlighs in the guy in the ea did nothing. So im guessing people who drive with their lights on annoy everyone else just as much me. So please explain why (if you do) drive with your lights on ? Its very annoyin
I couldnt agree anymore with what you just said. Foglights can be very annoyin at night at least point them to the ground not in peoples eyes. Tried foglights in my dads car they do completely nothing luckly he dont drive with them on. Saw a XF falcon the other day 3 sets of fog lights on the dam thing and some sort of neon thing near the radiator. I also thought driving with more then 1 set of lights on towards oncoming traffic was illegal as foglights have highbeam bulbs. Be good if there was some way to stop all these w""kers
Only time my lighs come on when im on the highway is to warn on comming traffic of radar. Why have people stoped doin this very rare do people warn me ! Anyway im to slick for radar they just can't catch me (yet)
Its actually going to become law in the US to have parking lights on at all times. Statistically, it improves the visibility of the car, and this has been evidenced by quite a few university research projects. I think US GM cars now have parking lights on all the time - I remember reading something about it in a motor mag a while ago. Personally, I think a requirement for parking lamps on at all times should be introduced. Both my cars are metallic grey, so Im always trying to be careful that people actually notice the car.
My only pet hate is when someone drives with highbeams or foglamps on.
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