LED lights are often installed in the rear of cars, and include indicators and brake lights. These brake lights are naturally bright and let motorists know when you intend to slow or stop a vehicle. Apart from their functionality, the lights improve the aesthetic appeal of a car. They are easy to install, economical, have a lifespan of over 50,000 hours and are usually water- and damage-resistant.
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Switch the right turn indicator of your car on by pushing the turn signal upwards. This will trigger the LED signal, enabling it to start flashing.
Switch the left turn indicator of your car on by pushing the turn signal downwards. This will trigger the LED signal, enabling it to start flashing.
Press your car's brake pedal which will turn your LED brake lights on. Push the pedal again if you wish to make these lights flash again.
Locate the hazard button on your vehicle's dashboard and switch the hazard lights on. The location varies, depending upon your car's make, design and model. Once this button is pushed, both the LED signals will begin to blink at the same time.
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