Head and Tail Lights

Hold on while I rant a little. When your wipers are on, your lights are on (including tail lights). The transition periods of dusk and dawn, your lights (including tail lights) should be on. Fog; your lights are on (indcluding tail lights). Anytime there is any reduction of visibility, your lights should be on (including tail lights). Lighted running lights, often headlights is not an accurate indicator that you tail lights are on as well.

Please remember to turn on your lights to ensure you are lighted as appropriate for current conditions and visible to others.

Just because you can see does not mean you can be seen.

Thank you and God bless

PS – It is also illegal to turn into the left lane from a right turn. Right turn turns into right lane, Left turn turns into left lane. It is the law here in NC, but moreover it is a common courtesy.

Be safe and drive carefully and respectfully.

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About Ancil W. Jones

I am a Christian, Husband, Father, Grandfather, DoD employee, retired Navy Hospital Corpsman Chief Petty Officer, Disabled American Veteran Service Officer and real estate broker licensed in North Carolina. Please contact me for local information, relocation information and referral assistance. I will also be happy to answer any of your real estate questions. Contact me as well for information regarding the Disabled American Veterans and/or assistance with any claim you may have or wish to submit with the VA. May God's blessings be upon the United States of America and all those that serve to protect our way of life.
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