1. Brake lights
There are two types of brake lights: left and right brake lights (two) and high-mounted brake lights (one)
1. The left and right brake lights are an important part of the rear lights. One left and one right are distributed in the rear lights on both sides. It is red, and red means warning. The light comes on as soon as the brake is applied (including the handbrake).
The brake light is to prompt the vehicle behind to slow down or stop, and the vehicle behind can prepare in advance. Today's brake lights are generally fog lights, which can penetrate thick fog. There are also LED lights for brake lights.
2. The high-position brake light is generally installed on the upper part of the rear of the vehicle, so that the vehicle driving behind can easily find the vehicle in front of it braking, which can prevent the occurrence of rear-end collisions. The function of the high-mounted brake light is to warn the vehicles driving behind, so as to avoid rear-end collisions. Vehicles without high-mounted brake lights, especially cars and mini-cars with low chassis, are usually not bright enough when braking due to the low position of the rear brake lights, and the vehicles behind them, especially trucks and buses with high chassis And bus drivers are sometimes difficult to see clearly. Therefore, the hidden danger of rear-end collision is relatively high.
2. Reversing lights
The reversing light is automatically turned on when the driver hangs the reverse gear. It is transparent and mainly plays the role of prompting and lighting in the dark.
In the rear lights of the car, it plays a reflective role. When the car behind is illuminated, no matter which direction it is from, it can return along the original road, and illuminate the eyes of the driver behind, acting as a reminder.
Fourth, the rear turn signal
In the rear lights of the car, the flashing tells others that the car is turning. Color is amber.
Car taillights Daquan: design principles of car taillights
1. With sufficient luminous intensity, the taillights of the car can clearly identify the signal for drivers or pedestrians of other vehicles even in bright sunlight.
2. When driving at night, the light from the taillights will not cause glare and discomfort to drivers or pedestrians of other vehicles.