Tail light or tail lamp is a lighting system that is part of the vehicle usually mounted at the rear of the vehicle and usually come in pairs (left end and right end of the vehicle). This group of lights on one mounting is consisting of different lights with different function.
The signal lights or the turn lights are part of the tail light. As a regulatory standard, the turn lights are colored yellow. This is used to indicate whether the vehicle is turning left or right. These same set of lights are also used during emergency, as a hazard. The reverse lights are another set of lights that are part of the tail light assembly. This light is used to illuminate the rear of the vehicle when backing up. The reverse lights are automatically turned on when the driver puts the vehicle in the reverse shift. These lights have the highest illumination among the set of lights but not as bright as the hear light.
Another part of the tail light system is the park light. The park light is also used as the brake light. It had the largest part on the tail light assembly which automatically turns on when the driver hits the brake or if the headlight is turned on. The park light signals the drivers behind the presence of other vehicle at night. The park light is also used during foggy and rainy weather as an early warning to the vehicle at the rear.
From signal lights, park lights, brake lights, and reverse lights, the whole tail light assembly is very important in every car. With each function to perform the tail light is standard to every vehicle on the road. Without it, drivers cannot detect whether there are presence of other vehicles around him.
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