Since the brake lights
come on, they figure everything's OK.
This analysis suggests, as is evident in Figure 6, that a high brake light
results in shorter response times than does a low brake light
The Digital Witness also offers several unique features which include "Five Signal Recording," on screen brake light
, turn signals, hazard lights, stop arms and speed as well as "Smart Speed," a built-in speed conditioner.
GM) of the United States reported brake light
defects in 140 Chevrolet Blazer Silverado station wagons that were imported between September 1993 and September 1994.
Fragments of brake light
and traces of paint were found in the wreck.
When it decides a collision is likely, CMS brings its E-Pretensioner into play tweaking the driver's shoulder with the seatbelt, sounding a buzzer and illuminating a brake light
on the instrument cluster.
The model features a new hexagonal grille that encompasses the whole front end, with Audi's signature LED headlights on either side, and angular rear lights connected to a secondary brake light
that runs along the length of the boot lid.
Modest capacity improvements already are being attributed to improved brakes, nimbler handling and - most important - the third brake light
at driver's eye level.
When an outage is detected, a microcontroller can provide an indication to the driver, and/or substitute another bulb for the function of the lost lamp, for example, using a turn signal lamp to replace a burned-out brake light
THE bus that crashed, killing five schoolgirls, had no brake light
warning bulb in the dashboard, tests have revealed.
The vehicle features a new high-mount brake light
at the top of the rear deck, LED tail lights, a narrower, taller air inlet positioned above the front splitter, and a new shape and internal design for the headlights.
AN ambulance rushing a man to hospital was stopped by police for having a faulty brake light