Tips for using car lights on rainy days.

Tips for using car lights on rainy days.

Many car owners ignore the use of car car lights when driving in rainy weather. In fact, the use of car lights in rainy weather is even more important than the configuration of ESP, airbags, and active brakes. So, today I will briefly introduce how to use the car lights and the problems to be paid attention to during the driving process in rainy days.

1. In light rain, use the width indicator light/marker light.

When it rains lightly, many car owners will habitually use double flashing lights. In fact, the double flashing light is a hazard warning light that is used only in accidents or temporary parking. Turning on the dual flashing lights at this time will not only cause false prompts to the following vehicles, but also increase the probability of traffic accidents. Therefore, in light rain with relatively high visibility, it is sufficient to turn on the wide lights.

In addition, the dual flashing lights can be used in multiple driving scenarios such as temporary parking, vehicle breakdowns or traffic accidents, or high-speed visibility is less than 100 meters, and the speed is less than 40Km/h.

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2. When it is moderately rainy, choose to use headlights or front fog lights.

When driving in moderate rain, rainwater will obstruct the driver's sight, and at the same time, stagnant water on the road will be taken up by the driving vehicle in front, forming water mist, which will affect the driver's sight. At this time, we should turn on the car headlights or front fog lights, which can effectively avoid traffic accidents while ensuring the line of sight.

3. In heavy rain, turn on the rear fog lamp.

In the case of heavy rain, the visibility is relatively low. At this time, natural light can no longer guarantee the clarity of the driver's vision. At this time, the red rear fog lights should be turned on, because the red rear fog lights have stronger penetrating power and can better remind other car owners to pay attention to the driving distance.

4. If you encounter a dangerous situation, stop and give way immediately.

If you encounter heavy rain with very low visibility during driving, turn on the car lights, try to find a non-hazardous place as close as possible to park and avoid, and wait for the weather to improve before setting off.