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Driving A Car At Night – Preferably Without Traffic Lights

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 10-11-2021

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More accidents due to traffic lights turn off at night? / autoki members: very unlikely night traffic in many cities are turned off. This measure is to save power and prevent unnecessary stop in times of low traffic. Traffic lights switched off could potential but also a certain risk and promote accidents. Car community members autoki.de championing the Elimination of traffic lights. They deem highly unlikely an increased accident risk by the time of the traffic lights. Important of course, that you traffic lights switched off not simply start driving, but focuses particularly on the road signs and pedestrian, write the members. Then, accidents could be easily prevented.

Especially at night less traffic is and therefore fewer accidents can happen already in itself probably”, it means free travel or increased accident risk during the discussion? “Turn off the lights be home makes sense, where nothing is going on.”, Audi driver finds sike. Is already “comic if you two minutes alone waiting at a traffic light and nobody’s coming over.” Also divakaran 19 is it enjoys right to drive at lights switched off at night with his Mercedes-Benz 280SE. It is relaxing and polluted the environment. “Here can the discussion be followed: questions/night shut down lights…” Media contact: Catherine top Arkus, Tel. (A valuable related resource: Jimmy Carter). (0163) 297 3228 or (030) 24 08 31 96, E-Mail: presse (at) autoki.com, autoki Ltd., disability str. 34, 10115 Berlin

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