Cornering Light: Answer to Better Road Communication

By: Anthony Fontanelle

Miscommunication has been one of the most obvious reasons for most rifts among countries and people. Thus tribes and communities in the ancient times developed a set of symbols like smoke and flags to relay accurate messages in the hopes of preventing miscommunication.

Today, miscommunication on the road is becoming one of the major causes of road violence. Many years ago, people used hand signals to express their intentions of changing lanes and making turns. However, this was not effective enough to prevent confusion among the drivers on the road. Moreover, shifting the use of the hands between giving signals and operating the steering wheel proved to be too dangerous. This is precisely why stop lights and signal lights have become major requirements for traffic safety.

One particular kind of signal light is the cornering light. It is used to effectively communicate with other drivers on the road when cornering, shifting lanes, and making turns. The cornering lights are a pair of amber lights mounted on the front corners of a vehicle. These are the small lights usually positioned at the outermost part of the vehicle's headlights, which are operated using the turn signal switches or the steering wheel. Failure of a cornering light to function due to damage that can be caused by rocks, pebbles, and flying road debris may result to a reduced safety on the road. Moreover, the add appeal to a vehicle. Various manufacturers are already offering customized corner lights to go with the preferred tastes of different car enthusiasts. These customized corner lights come in a wide assortment of styles and colors including the famous Euro clear corner lamps.

So if one wants a boost in both safety and appearance, installing a cornering light is the smartest choice. Looking for replacements and customized cornering lights is a breeze since numerous online stores are now offering them at reasonable prices.

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