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How much do you know about car light language?1

Car lights actually have many functions. In addition to daily lighting, different lighting methods also mean different "light languages". The driver sits in a relatively closed car and can "communicate" with the surrounding vehicles by relying on these "light languages". Today’s Q&A, let’s see how much you know about these car light languages?

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Q: After the green light turns on at an intersection, sometimes the car in front of you will not move at all. At this time, if you are on a road section where it is inconvenient to use the horn, what should you do?

A: In this case, you can flash your headlights instead of honking the horn roughly. If the headlights flash once, the car in front will usually be aware of the situation; if there is still no movement, flash again. In addition, do not flash your headlights continuously, as this is disrespectful and can easily cause resentment in the driver of the vehicle ahead.

Q: The most troublesome thing when driving at night is when you encounter a driver who turns on the high beam all the way. This behavior of not switching the lights when meeting a car is very common when driving at night. How should you better remind him at this time?

A: Car owners can flash their headlights twice in a long distance before the meeting to remind the other party to switch lights when meeting. If the other party is indifferent, you can also turn on the double-jumping lights to express dissatisfaction. The "light language" at this time means "You flashed me, please switch to low beam."

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Q: On elevated or highway sections, lane merging is often encountered. In this kind of road section, what should be the correct "light language"?

A: On this road section, generally speaking, the car in front will first turn on the turn signal in advance, wait at the intersection of traffic, and tell the car behind, "Can I change lanes?" If the car behind agrees, it will slow down and flash its lights. Flashing the headlights means "agree to change lanes"; if it is inconvenient, flashing the headlights several times means "No, I don't agree."

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Q: I was driving on the road and happened to see some problems with other cars, such as the doors not closing properly or the tires having problems, etc. I believe that enthusiastic car owners will not turn a blind eye. But how to tell the owner of the problem car as soon as possible about the discovered problems?

A: At this time, "Light Language" can come in handy. If a car owner notices something is wrong with a neighboring car, he or she can flash the headlights three times in succession for the car ahead, and then flash the headlights three more times when the driver of the car ahead notices the light.

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