Situation 1: （car lamp housing)
the car in front does not go after the green light is on. Light language: the headlights flash once
When waiting for a car at the intersection, when the green light is on, sometimes the car in front will not move. Maybe it's a novice, nervous and slow to start. Maybe the driver in front didn't pay attention to the change of the indicator light and was distracted when waiting for the red light.
At this time, the rear car usually takes some measures to give the other party a hint. Some people will honk wildly, but this kind of irritable urging may not only lose grace, but also have the opposite effect. Some riders were so angry that they drove slowly and deliberately pressed the left car. As a result, everyone suffered.
In this case, crazy honking is obviously not an appropriate practice. We can use flashing headlights instead of rough honking. The headlights flash once. Usually, the car in front can realize it. If there is no movement, flash again. Do not flash the headlights continuously. This is disrespectful to people and is easy to cause the rebellious mood of the driver in front.
Situation 2:(car lamp housing)
strong lights flash at night, light language: two headlights to remind, light up and double jump to express dissatisfaction
When driving at night, the biggest headache is to meet the guy who drives the high beam to the end. This behavior of not switching the lights when meeting is common in the process of driving at night. In fact, when driving in the urban area at night, there are good lights on the road in most cases. There is no need to turn on the headlights at all. In the road section where the road lighting is not ideal, the driving of headlights is an important factor inducing traffic accidents. What if the headlights are always on when the car comes? Maybe many riders will take the "tooth for tooth" approach, and everyone lights up each other. This method is obviously inappropriate. When introducing safe driving experience, old drivers usually talk about not driving angry cars. This "tooth for tooth" behavior is the embodiment of anger.
In case of strong light flash, it is likely that the other party forgot to turn off the high beam. Riders can flash the headlights twice in a long distance before the intersection to remind the other party to switch the lights when meeting. If the other party is indifferent, the riders can turn on the double jump light to express their dissatisfaction and tell the other party "you are flashing me, please switch the low beam light".