Enjoy a whole new level of driving experience with our carefully selected premium auto parts and accessories to keep your car running at its best.

Only by understanding these car light languages ​​can you get rid of the title of novice driver!

In addition to the precautions when driving, novices also need to understand the language of car lights when driving on the road. Only in this way can they get rid of the title of novice driver. Here, Soudian.com (www.sdwang.com) will explain it to you.

1. The car behind is following too closely

Car language: Turn on the brake lights periodically

Only by understanding these car light languages ​​can you get rid of the title of novice driver! 1

When driving on a (highway) highway, maintaining an appropriate safe distance is an effective way to avoid accidents. However, sometimes some people like to follow cars at high speeds and keep a relatively close distance. In this case, the driver of the car in front must It will divert part of the energy to "pay attention" to the car behind you, and you will inevitably have to worry about whether the car behind you will hit you because you did not 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.

During highway driving, the brake lights are used in another way, that is, when the car behind is too close to your own car, the driver of the car in front can lightly apply the brakes to prompt the car behind "You are too close to me, you should Further."

2. Merge when encountering vehicles

Only by understanding these car light languages ​​can you get rid of the title of novice driver! 2

Light language: The headlight flashes "Agree";

The headlights flashing twice means that your high beam is not turned off;

The headlights flash three times to indicate something is wrong with the vehicle in front;

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.

Only by understanding these car light languages ​​can you get rid of the title of novice driver! 3

The headlights flash "reject"

On elevated roads, highways and some ordinary roads, lanes merge often occur. At elevated ramps, traffic must pass alternately. In this case, if the communication between cars is not ideal, it is likely to cause a collision accident.

It is very dangerous to compete with each other in merging or intersections. Cars that need to merge must not forcefully change lanes directly. When a car prompts that a lane change is needed, should you agree to the other party's lane change or reject the other party's request? It is required that the car behind must give the other party a clear reminder.

When encountering a merge or a section where vehicles are passing alternately, the lane-changing vehicle will first turn on the turn signal in advance, wait at the intersection of traffic, and tell the vehicle behind, "Can I change lanes?" If the vehicle 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."

3. The vehicle in front does not move when the light turns green.

Light language: The headlights flash once

Only by understanding these car light languages ​​can you get rid of the title of novice driver! 4

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. Maybe a newbie. Nervous hand movements and slow start may be because the driver of the car in front did not pay attention to the change of the indicator light and was distracted when waiting for the red light. When encountering this situation, it is obviously not appropriate to honk the horn wildly. We can use the method of flashing the headlights instead of honking the horn violently. If the headlights flash, the car in front will usually be aware of the situation.

Through the above introduction, do you have a preliminary understanding of the language of car lights? I hope everyone can remember these car light languages ​​and get rid of the title of novice driver as soon as possible.

recommended articles
no data
Logo-white 1616138042732
We are committed to the R&D and production of automotive metal parts processing, focusing on professional automotive electronics companies serving car factories.
Contact Us

If you have a question, please contact at contact

US Phone:  +1 (929) 633-0706

Chinese Phone: +86 18928700849



(US) 1942 Broadway St.,STE 314C Boulder CO 80302 United States

(Chinese)316 Nanfang Yongfu International, 35 Yongfu Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province

Copyright © 2024 CARCUU.COM |Sitemap
Customer service