Driving last night l had turn at T junction with a shop opposite, l noticed when turned steering wheel only one my fog lights came on in the direction l turned, but only one is this right? Never noticed before
It won't blow the bulbs, they light and dim slowly and they certainly take less abuse than a brake bulb or indicator, for example.Mik207 said:Stupid system and fast way to blow bulbs
Pilot said:Well it just confuses everyone and is possibly illegal. I believe that for many years now spotlights can only be used in specific bad visibility situations and always in matched pairs. There is also a regulation regarding how high the centre of the lights must be above the road surface.
I imagined they had spent some time going through all the options "should it dance the light fandango" one engineer asked, "No, it ought to make a sonorous noise" responded another - a third piped in with "perhaps it should help the owner ride a horse?" but in the end they settled on the conclusion that a light should increase illumination.uncletone said:One can see an increase in illumination when one turns said steering wheel, but it is just that an increase in illumination.