The Rear Fog lights Idea

May 11th

Fog lights – In Europe and Japan, there is a mandatory rule that requires all cars to have rear fog lamp mounted and positioned on the rear driver’s side below the bumper. The purpose of these lights is to increase the visibility of cars on the road in bad conditions such as fog and mist. Although this is not a requirement in the United States, they are allowed to be found in many imported cars such as the Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, Volkswagen GTI, etc.

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On the highway, it may have some European car tail light the driver’s side shed light brighter than the other side. The fact, many of them may think that this is a broken light, but it actually works as a rear fog lights. If this is the thing that attracts the attention of other drivers, it served its purpose well. Rear fog lamps in Europe have the same brightness as the stop light for cars in the United States.

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Unlike the rear fog lights, the United States does not require all vehicles made after 1986 have the function of the third brake light that illuminate when the brake outer tail. This is a signal to other drivers on the road that you slowed down since the outer tail light may not be visible. The more light that is available during the day or night increase the visibility of a way to prevent accidents from happening and something that should be taken quite seriously.