Section 37 of the 2015 National Safety Code requires all motor vehicles, especially new motor vehicles, to display hazard lights “[appearing] in the rearview mirror or on the dashboard.” Motor vehicles are required to have “[l]ight visibility” in all situations, and “[l]ight view” in all situations.
The National Safety Code does not apply to cars that are not new.
The National Safety Code is a set of requirements and guidelines for all vehicles, including new vehicles, to follow to comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
Okay, so we’re going to assume the safety code is in effect for motor vehicles. This means that any car that is not new must have a hazard light in the rearview mirror, and any car that is not new must have a hazard light on the dashboard.
Now you might be wondering why these safety code requirements exist for new vehicles. The reason is simple. It’s a matter of protecting the automobile industry. You see, there are a lot of people in the auto industry that have developed a lot of new cars over the years. There are also a lot of people in the auto industry that are just plain scared of the safety code. They see the hazard lights as a sign of poor engineering.
The hazard lights are a huge safety risk because they can cause fires. This is why manufacturers of cars such as Mercedes, Fiat, BMW, and Audi have a large number of hazard lights on their vehicles. The reason for this is because they are trying to make the vehicles seem more dangerous than they really are. The hazard lights are meant to scare people into not taking reckless driving risks. This is done by increasing the brightness of the light as opposed to using a different color.
The hazard lights actually work, but they do not always work in the right way. For instance, one time I was driving through a residential neighborhood and saw a fire at the intersection of a residential street and a road. The street lights had been switched on, but I did not know that.
The lights are meant to be bright enough to fool the driver who doesn’t know the difference between the street and road lights. It’s not meant to fool people who know the difference. The goal is to alert drivers to the fact that there is a fire and to give them the opportunity to avoid it.
In section 37, you will need to drive through the intersection of two roads. However it can be difficult to see where you are going. In fact, if you are driving at night in a residential neighborhood you may not know which road you are going until you see the building on your left. This is because your eyes are not accustomed to seeing light in the dark. Your eyes are still used to seeing color.
The problem is with most lights. Most lights have some sort of switch that gets tripped when the light is on. This is called “strobe-flash”. A strobe flash only illuminates the light when the light is on and does not illuminate the entire light source. This is why our eyes are used to seeing color. But when you walk into a dark room you are still used to seeing light, you still see color.