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When your child starts to learn the car, you need to tell him the importance of the lights, so you decide to teach her the basics when you are safely parked in the garage.
The first lesson...turn on the Headlight.
Although it should be easy to turn on the lights, not everyone is fully aware of how important it is to use the right lights at the right time. Some people don't even know all the lights in the car. Make sure she is not one of these people.
The various lights of the car have specific functions that can help the driver or send signals to other drivers. If it is used improperly or not at all, an accident may occur. This is why it is extremely important to be able to identify different lights and know when to use them.
The lights include:
There are two types of headlights: low beam and high beam. These lights allow the driver to see the lane in the dark while sending signals to other drivers informing them that the car is driving. The low beam provides a light distribution to provide sufficient front and side illumination without dazzling other road users. The high beam provides a powerful, concentrated light distribution with no special glare control and is only used when the front is not visible.
The taillights only need to glow red at the rear of the vehicle, and the taillights are wired in such a way that they will illuminate as long as the headlights are on. This can help drivers driving behind you identify where you are and how far you have to go.
Daytime running lights.
These lights are located at the front and rear of the car and usually open automatically. Although in some cars you can choose to turn it off. Their purpose is to make you more visible to other vehicles, but some drivers find that they distract from the oncoming car.
These lights are located near the headlights and are usually mounted in a lower position to prevent light from being reflected in the fog and reflected to you (the driver). These lights can only be used when the lights fail before the fog.
These turn signals, also known as turn signals, are located at the front and rear of the car, close to the headlights and taillights. When activated, they will tell other drivers that they are about to turn (in the direction indicated by the signal) and may slow down the corner.
brake light. Next to the taillights, signal the driver to slow down or stop. Because they are only activated when braking, you don't have to worry about abusing them. However, you must ensure that they are properly maintained and will not burn out.
Also known as flashlights, they are located at the front and rear of the vehicle. When the lights are on, they will flash to remind other drivers of your problems, distress or danger in front of you (there are stones on the road and the funeral team is slow). It is only used as a warning for distress or traffic problems - do not use it as a stop signal or illegal parking permit.
Driving lights. They are located in the cab of the vehicle and are used to illuminate the cab so that the passenger or driver can safely view the map or direction or find the item in the dark. Do not use them for long periods of time.