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When it comes to automotive lighting, most people get confused by the terms "brake light" and "taillight". Certain queries come around in their mind regarding these lights like, are both the lights the same? Do they have any common connections? Actually, these are completely different lights and their purpose too.
Both the brake lights and the taillights are crucial for road safety. To distinguish their differences, you must first know how they work.
Both these lights are located on the rear side of a vehicle. The brake lights are connected to the brake system of the vehicle. The bulbs light as the brake is applied. In the case of tail lights, it is connected to the headlights. The brightness of the tail lights is low compared to the brightness of the brake lights.
If any of them don't work, other drivers behind you won't see if you're moving or not. It can cause serious accidents, especially on dark streets or during heavy rain and snow. The cops are also very strict with this and will flag you if your lights are not functioning.
Read on to find some reasons why your brake and tail lights might not be on the same page performance-wise. Interested in graphical data? Head over to our infographic poster below.
There’s nothing more frustrating than realizing that your brake lights are not working, but your tail lights are. You would think that they would be dependent upon each other, but oftentimes, that is not the case. Below listed are the most common reasons behind this scenario.
What if you’re experiencing the above described situation in reverse? Let’s explore some instances that might be causing your tail lights to cease proper functioning despite your brake lights working correctly.
If you’re in the market for some new brake lights, look no further than these top picks from the automotive lighting pros at Underground Lighting.
Ready to revamp your car or truck’s brake lights, tail lights, and more?
Head on over to https://undergroundlighting.com/ and let the pros at Underground Lighting help you make the perfect pick for all of your vehicle lighting needs.
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