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Car lights can "speak" these car lights code words

Car lights can speak these car lights code words 1

Car lights are not only used for lighting, but also for communication between vehicles. Lantern language is a tacit understanding established by convention, a silent language for vehicles to communicate with each other, and a simple and direct dialogue between vehicle owners. Understanding the language of lights is an essential skill for every veteran driver. As long as you use it skillfully, you can achieve perfect communication with other drivers, which will bring convenience to our driving. Many novice drivers say that they cannot understand the light language. Today, lets improve your posture with Lun Gu!

1. When overtaking or the car in front does not move when the light turns green

Light language: The headlights flash once

Car lights can speak these car lights code words 2

When waiting for a car at an intersection, when the light turns green, sometimes you will encounter a situation where the car in front is motionless. It may be that the driver of the car in front started slowly, or it may be that he did not pay attention to the change of the indicator light.

At this time, we can flash the headlights to remind him.

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2. Encountered by strong lights at night

Light language: Flash the headlight twice to remind

When two cars meet each other and the other party turns on their headlights, it may be that the other party forgot to turn off the high beam. It is a very dangerous behavior to keep the high beam on at night.

You can flash your headlights twice at a distance before meeting another car to remind the other party to switch lights.

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3. Found something wrong with the neighboring car

Light language: The headlights flash three times

If we find that the door of the car in front is not closed properly, the taillight is burned out, the tire is flat, etc., we can flash the headlights of the car in front three times to remind the car in front to stop and check the vehicle.

As the vehicle is driving, it is difficult for people in the vehicle to detect some conditions outside the vehicle body, such as abnormalities in the trunk or doors, insufficient tire pressure, etc. Such driving may cause malfunctions at any time, and even affect the vehicles nearby, so a kind reminder It's still necessary.

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4. Vehicles must merge into lanes

Light language: A flash of the headlight means "Agree", a continuous flash of the headlight means "Reject"

When a vehicle changes lanes, if the two parties do not reach an invisible agreement, a collision or rear-end collision may easily occur. At this time, the lane-changing vehicle is often in front of the left or right side of the vehicle, so flashing the headlights is a direct way to tell the other party whether you agree to the lane change.

If we encounter the above situation, we should slow down and continuously flash our headlights to alert pedestrians or non-motor vehicle drivers.

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5. The car behind you follows the car too closely

Light language: Intermittent brake lights

When driving on the highway, maintaining an appropriate safe distance is an effective way to avoid accidents, but sometimes some people like to follow the car at high speeds and keep a relatively close distance. In this case, the driver of the car in front will definitely scatter some of the distance. If you focus on the car behind you, you will inevitably have to worry about whether the car behind you will hit you because you didn't brake in time.

At this time, the car in front must find a way to give a warning to the car behind, telling the car behind not to follow it closely. At this time, the brake light must be used.

When driving on the highway, the brake light is used in another way. When the car behind is too close to your own car, the driver of the car in front can lightly apply the brakes to remind the car behind "You are too close to me, you should stay away." ".

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6. Emergency braking

Light language: turn on the double flash in time

If there is an unexpected situation ahead and emergency braking is required, you can turn on the double flashers first to alert the vehicles behind you of the situation and keep them alert.

7. Emergency help

Light language: Three times of high beam plus double flash

When driving, you must learn to use lights to call for help, and use three high beams and double flashes to create a sense of crisis. At this time, vehicles with conditions for rescue will lend a helping hand.

If you accidentally have an accident on the road and need emergency help, you can use your car lights to convey the help message.

8. If there is an emergency and other vehicles need to give way,

Lantern language: a whistle, a high beam

While driving, if you encounter an emergency (there is a patient in the car who needs to be sent to the hospital urgently, a pregnant woman is in labor, or there is an emergency at home) and you need to avoid other vehicles, you can use the siren and high beams to convey that you are in an emergency. information so that other vehicles can receive the information and reasonably avoid it.

For other vehicles, reasonable avoidance is also for the sake of their own safety.

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