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Re: Daytime Running Lights(Cdn)
Re: running lights
Just wait till they save your life six times from bad drivers trying
to pass on highways with rolling hills. I spent four years at 140k/kms
on the road with no running lights and seven years at 160k/kms with
running lights. Our head-on avoidance moves were almost eliminated.
annoying - good !! That's the whole idea,eh ?
wastes energy - at U.S gas prices, a moot point.
and does not make your car considerably safer! - Yeh , right....
Paul Bunyk wrote:
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> > No, it is not difficult to add daytime running lights. Don't do it... very
> > annoying, wastes energy, and does not make your car considerably safer!
> > Alex
> > On Wed, 8 Jan 1997, Mitchel Freedman wrote:
> > > Can anyone tell me if they have ever added DAYTIMNE RUNNING LIGHTS option
> > > to US cars (that do not already have said option...). Was it difficult ?
> > > Cost ?
> > >
> > > TIA, Mitch
> > >
> > > A4 BonT in production
> > >
> Yeah, I agree with you in general, but if you do not know, here, in US
> (at least in NY state) insurance companies give discounts for cars with
> *factory enabled* daytime lights (like Saabs and new Volvos --- I heard
> it is a law in Sweden).
Olde Indian saying
"Indian builds small fire,keeps near, keeps warm
Whiteman builds BIG fire, keeps warm fetching wood"