rear light


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rear light

, lamp
a red light, usually one of a pair, attached to the rear of a motor vehicle
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The rear lights will be blocks with a C-shaped light patterns, connected by a thin luminous stripe.
In some cars the rear lights may not be on so switch to dipped headlights when entering fog.
These include deputy, artistic director Li Hanzhong and his wife, company dancer Ma Bo, who created Rear Light. The work opens with all 15 dancers clad in trench coats moving mechanically on, or collapsing off, bleachers that take up the bulk of the stage.
The present study investigates how fog and the characteristics of vehicle rear lights affect distance perception.
At the rear, the changes are focused on enhanced style, with improvements such as the rear light cluster, which now includes LED lights.
Anyone who drives at night will have noticed that there are a lot of vehicles with a headlight or a rear light not functioning.
Styling cues like an elegant new waist, elongated side strakes and LED rear light blades are derived from the One-77 supercar.
The front brake does not work and it has silver electrician's tape on the rear light attachment.
To shed a further 9kg from the already feather-light chassis of Caterham's R400, there is more carbon and Kevlar used than previously, thinner body panels and aluminium rear light housings.
During the development of legislation for the implementation of CHMSL in EU countries, there has been concern that particular rear light configurations might diminish the effectiveness of the CHMSL, especially in relation to its working mechanisms described earlier.
It included: front bumper, bonnet trim, rear bumper, spoiler, wheel arches and rear light frames.
I'm looking at a second-hand Z3 rear light for just PS20 plus PS8 postage.