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  1. Too often do I see cars with no tail lights on in hazardous driving conditions.
    Some people even think that their tail lights automatically come on when they are on DRL’s. Turn your lights on with the headlight switch, don’t just jump in and drive and hope for the best.

    Fact: Studies have shown that, in any conditions, vehicles following a car with tail lights on tend to hang back further on average.

  2. Low voltage headlamps come on when turning ignition key, but not necessarily the tail lights. I believe later model vehicles also include tail lights but you will have to confirm by getting out and looking at your tail lights. Be aware. It’s part of driving defensively.

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