I drive a lot. And thought I was noticing lately that people don’t put their headlights on when it’s foggy, raining, or just plain getting dark out. Sometimes, when you go to pass, you discover the headlights ARE on! But the taillights are not.
Who’s the idiot who made the decision to make cars that have headlights on and taillights off? Didn’t they ever consider the fact that maybe people coming up behind someone in limited visibility could benefit from being able to see the person in front of them?
Did they think it would be a money saving option? After all, those bulbs going out once in the lifetime of a car could really kill someone’s wallet. :rolleyes:
I just don’t get it.