brake light

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Synonyms for brake light

a red light on the rear of a motor vehicle that signals when the brakes are applied to slow or stop

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Auto Business News-April 18, 2017--MechOptix introduces Stoptix Automatic Bicycle Brake Light
TOM: Who knows why your problem goes away when the brake lights are engaged.
Mid-sized cars from models 2004 to 2012 are reported to have brake lights and failing ignition switches.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to simplify the carrying out of an important automotive maintenance task, the Brake Light Stick, has been developed by James Brown of Denver, Colorado.
KIA is recalling 25,192 vehicles sold in the UK for the replacement of a possibly faulty brake light switch on a variety of cars built between 2006 and 2011.
Sgt Tony Gatley of north Wales Police said: "Three were issued with a prohibition order; one for having no brake lights showing a steady light to the rear, and the other two for having faulty brakes.
Since my cellphone is always clamped on the dash, I reached across and snapped a picture of the car with the plate and brake lights showing.
The electric brake controller is activated when your brake lights come on, and the amount of stopping is adjustable by dial from inside the comfort of your cab: light for wet conditions and more aggressive if the weight of the loaded boat rivals that of the truck.
The most common defect is bald tyres but other problems include faulty brakes, broken wipers, broken or missing wing mirrors and defective brake lights.
This also goes for headlights, indicators, hazard lights and brake lights.
said Monday it will voluntarily recall more than 110,000 Sienna minivans of the 2011 model in the United States, Canada and Mexico to replace a switch bracket on the brake light that could cause the brake lights to remain on.
Depending on how deformed the bracket becomes, in some situations brake lights may stay on or, in cases of significant deformation, the brakes could become partially engaged, Toyota said, according to the report.
ONE in 15 vehicles is missing one or more brake lights increasing the risk of an accident for other road users.
According to the police, the man tried to mount the gutter in the cart, which had no headlights, brake lights or indicators.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warned consumers to "be on the look out for certain warnings of possible imminent fires, including cruise control systems that stop working or can t be activated, brake lights that stop working, brake lights and ABS warning lights illuminating on the dash board, or not being able to get the vehicle out of park.