Komodo wrote:Statistics apparently show that vehicles with DRL's on are less likely to be involved in "head on" style accidents.
I turn my low beams on now just out of habbit all the time. Though I have noticed that on the freeway I don't get cut off as often with them on and people tend to change into the left lanes if I am coming up the right lane.
Whilst driving across the nullabor earlier this year I can definately say that vehicles with their lights on - no matter what time of day or light conditions, were DEFINATELY easier to see and could be seen from a LOT further away than those without. Very few vehicles (trucks included) travel the Eyre hwy without lights on
Komodo wrote: "ignition on / lights on" ie as soon as the ignition is turned on the light come on and when you turn the ignition off the lights go off factor
Komodo wrote:OT question.
Cruzin did the doors look when you started the ignition - or put it in gear?
Many countries have this as std (possibly even law) to avoid car-jacking. The commodore can do this as an option
HGMonaro wrote:"locked" car doors usually open from the inside, unless you deadlock them with the key (which you wouldn't do if you're in the car!). Try it to see.
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