External lighting Common external lights include: headl […]
Common external lights include: headlights, fog lights, high-level brake lights, which are generally installed on the upper part of the rear of the vehicle, so that vehicles driving behind can easily find the brakes of the vehicle in front, and prevent rear-end collisions. The high brake light is used to warn the vehicles behind, so as to avoid rear-end collision. Vehicles without high brake lights, especially cars and mini-cars with low chassis, usually have insufficient brightness due to the low position of the rear brake lights during braking. Vehicles that follow them, especially trucks and buses with high chassis And bus drivers are sometimes difficult to see clearly. Therefore, the hidden danger of rear-end collision accidents is relatively large. After the LED vehicle headlamps have undergone recent stages of technical verification and concept car development, they finally ushered in the market prospects of mass production vehicles. There are three iconic events: Toyota's Lexus LS600h is the world's first This is a listed car that uses an LED front light source, but it only uses LEDs in the low beam, and the remote light source is still a halogen lamp. , License plate lights, reversing lights, brake lights, turn lights, indicator lights, position lights, parking lights and warning lights. The light colors of external lamps are generally white, orange yellow and red. Vehicles performing special tasks, such as fire engines, police cars, ambulances, and emergency repair vehicles, use red, yellow, or blue flashing warning lights with priority to pass. Motor vehicles should participate in safety inspections and comprehensive inspections on time to ensure that the external lighting is complete and effective.