OK @slivertoy can you give me a link to one of those forums so I can share as well as have a few blokes keep an eye out as I live close and have some friends and relos into 4wd.
The problem is most new cars have auto headlights, the driver assumes they are on if needed.People without any lights on just because its daytime, in torrential rain, on the highway in particular.
Should get done for dangerous driving.
That why I like DRL's - they can usually be seen in bad weather without headlights on.
My wife has auto lights and my car doesn't. When she drives my car she drives off in the dark and doesn't seem to notice she can't see. When it starts raining she asks me what's wrong with the wipers because they don't start automatically.The problem is most new cars have auto headlights, the driver assumes they are on if needed.
When they are not they don't consider it
But auto lights turn on at the drop of a hat, I drive my unmentionable and unreliable bucket of crap through a shadow and the lights flick on , are they not all the same? I would have thought there would be a standard they all haveThe problem is most new cars have auto headlights, the driver assumes they are on if needed.
Some parts of Europe lights are mandatory all the time. Sweden for sure.I think the auto headlights and DRL’s were derived from all the darkish short tunnels and underpasses etc in Europe so they made them mandatory on new cars so we get them.
I don’t think they are a bad idea and always found them to be on when needed
but then she would have to admit she was wrong in the first place. most of this outbreak in NSW is because she told everyone else they didn't need lockdowns and now she has to save face!Agree. Gladys has to work with the other States and go hard and go fast with Lock downs. Just like Vic. S.A. Qld. ACT. N.T . TAS. WA. COM'ON MAN.