hazard lights

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hazard lights

the indicator lights of a motor vehicle when flashing simultaneously to indicate that the vehicle is stationary and temporarily obstructing the traffic
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com)-- An innovative and highly useful new automotive accessory, the HWL911 Hazard Warning Lights, has been developed by Mackiavelo Hugo Zelaya of Metairie, Louisiana.
Do not use hazard warning lights unless in the event of an emergency stop.
The vehicle features standard 'City Mode' steering setting, which allows reduced steering effort at low speeds, ABS with EBD, BAS, adaptive brake lights, automatic hazard warning lights, an electronic stability programme, six airbags, a tyre-pressure monitoring system, a pedal release system, IsoFix child-seat anchor points, a seat belt reminder and an anti-theft alarm and immobiliser.
Pte Stuart Young, 24, of 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, stopped on the inside lane of the A1 as there was no hard shoulder and put his hazard warning lights on.
Motorists driving through the only part of New Street not closed to traf-fic are being urged to display hazard warning lights when stopped Has the Market nature of Birmingham what's it ordinary in the area?
If the airbag is fired in response to a primary collision, the electronic stability control system will brake the vehicle, as well as triggering the hazard warning lights and brake lights.
The Citroen C5 has an advanced braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), emergency braking assistance (EBA), anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic stability program (ESP), and the hazard warning lights are activated automatically when the ABS operates.
With more serious problems (he system could turn on the hazard warning lights, reduce the speed, or even induce automated emergency braking.
Despite the heavy traffic, neither driver switched on their hazard warning lights.
From a safety point of view, the car's stability control system and variable four-wheel-drive system helps glue the car to the black stuff, while the CX-7 includes a new emergency stop signalling system which automatically activates the hazard warning lights should the driver brake abruptly.
John Mohamed, defending, said his client was shaken by the accident and had driven away with his hazard warning lights on because he did not feel it was safe to stop.
Among the latest safety features is a new Emergency Stop Signalling (ESS) system which activates the hazard warning lights when the driver brakes abruptly.