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  1. Join Date
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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by luckystriker View Post
    o baka naman may night vision yung mga ayaw mag-sindi ng ilaw?
    or glow in the dark yung paint ng sasakyan nila

  2. Join Date
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    #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Picard
    siguro yung iba talagang hindi lang nila naiisip at since kita pa nman nila ang daan hindi nanagbubukas ng ilaw.
    Mismo! I rode a taxi once tapos dumaan kami sa tunnel along EDSA. Comment nung driver, "Ang OA naman nung iba, pailaw-ilaw pa e kita naman." Ogags!

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    #53
    Hindi ako makapost sa tsikot kahapon anyway eto kwento ko. Malamang may nakabasa na sa inyo sa PEX at VCP.

    Paki usap po sa mga motorista dito at mga kamaganak ninyo at mga anak ninyo na nagdadrive na pakibukas po ang mga ilaw ninyo sa parking pag nagdadrive kayo. Basic dapat ito eh at malamang iyong mga iba hindi alam na dapat gawin iyon.

    Buksan nyo ang headlight sa mga parking na mga lugar na gumagamit ng flourecent lights para "lumiwanag". Wag po sana tayong umasa sa mga ilaw na iyon at buksan lang po ang headlights.

    Anyway kaninang umaga, etong ogag na minivan na papasok sa may basement 5 sa may RCBC Plaza Ayala Ave ay walang ilaw, nung papunta na ako sa kotse ko muntik na nya akong masagasaan! kasi diba (sa mga nakapunta na ng RCBC Plaza) mula doon sa elevator ng b5 kung nagpark kayo sa kanan, tatawid kayo dun sa entrance ng papasok ng B5? Eh etong ogag na ito papasok ng B5 walang ilaw. Blind spot iyon both sa driver and the pedestrian.

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    #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    sa states karamihan sa mga kotse ay may DRL....or day-running lights.

    Ewan ko ba dito sa pinas kung bakit hindi ginagawang standard ito.
    Actually, DRLs aren't standard in the USA. A lot of cars do have it because they send those over to Canada too (which does require DRL).

    I think DRL is way overkill. I personally switch on my lights when parking and in any sort of low-visibility condition (such as rain).

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    #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha_One View Post
    Actually, DRLs aren't standard in the USA. A lot of cars do have it because they send those over to Canada too (which does require DRL).

    I think DRL is way overkill. I personally switch on my lights when parking and in any sort of low-visibility condition (such as rain).
    Yup, DRL's aren't standard in the US just Canada. But GM(Chevy, Pontiac, Saab, etc.) and Toyota sell their car's with DRL standard for all models.

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    #56
    IMm29 Thank you sir...


    FYI: Why DRL(Daytime Running Lights) is so important on our street.
    http://members.optusnet.com.au/carsafety/paine_drl_sep03.pdf

    DRL implementation scenarios
    http://ec.europa.eu/transport/roadsafety/publications/doc/IR4_oct_2004.pdf


    Your Opinion On Daytime Running Lights:
    http://www.epinions.com/msg/show_~threads/cat_id_~3/id_~3513/forum_id_~124

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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    kabaligtaran sila ng mga nagmo-motel,
    naka-high beam pagpasok at paglabas para hindi makita ang plate number at ang mga sakay ng tsikot.
    hehehe...ganon pala un

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Basement Parker: Use your damn headlights!