High brake lights are usually installed in the upper part of the rear. Therefore, it is easy for the vehicle driving behind to find the brake of the front vehicle to prevent the rear-end collision. Since the average car has two brake lights installed at the rear of the car, one left and one right. Therefore, the high brake light is also called the third brake light, the high brake light, and the third brake light. The high brake light is used to alert the vehicle behind it to avoid rear-end collisions.
The high brake light is also the light that will be on when the brakes of the car are braked. When everyone is stepping on the brakes, the high brake lights behind the car will also light up! This is to remind the car driver behind, need to maintain a safe distance, not too close. Otherwise, the front car will take emergency braking, and the following car will be closer to the rear. Because there is no timely braking, it is not within the safe braking distance, and it is prone to rear-end accidents!
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