Different types of car lights

Headlights: Here two types of headlight – low beam and high beam. These lights allow the driver to see the road in the dark and indicate to the other driver that a car is present. Low beams provide a light distribution to provide adequate forward and lateral illumination without blinding users with extra biscuits. High beams provide an intense, medium-sized distribution of light with no specific control of illumination and should be used only when there is no visible car in front of you (coming or going).
Backlight: The taillights are only necessary to create red lights on the back of the vehicle and are wired so that the headlights are lit whenever they are turned on. It lets the driver traveling behind you realize that you are there and how forward you are to
Daytime running lights: These lights are located in the front and rear of the car and usually turn on automatically; Although in some cars you have the option of turning them off. These are designed to make you more visible to other vehicles, but some drivers find their arriving cars to be annoying.
Fog lights: The fog lights are located close to the headlights, these lights are usually low mounted to prevent light from being blurred and to block the light toward you (the driver). These should only be used during foggy days when ordinary headlights are not effective.
Signal lights. Known as turn signals or “blinkers”, they are located on the front and back of the car, next to the head and tail light. When activated, they indicate to other drivers that you will soon bend (towards the direction indicated) and will probably be slow to do so.
Piece light: Located next to your rear lights, the signal to drivers that you are slowing down or stopping. Since you only apply brakes when you apply them, you don’t have to worry about misusing them. However, you need to make sure that they are properly maintained and do not fire.
Hazard lights: Also known as flashers, they are located in the front and back of the car. When turned on, they accept a flashing signal to alert other drivers that you are in trouble, in danger or in danger of immediate danger (rock on the road, slow walking). They should only be used as a warning for disturbance or traffic problems – never stop signal or illegal parking.
Driving lamps: These are located inside the cab of your car and are used for passenger or driver to safely check maps or directions or to illuminate the cab to identify items in the dark. They should never be used for long periods of time.