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  • Cheong Chun Yew
    Dipped headlights

    They get their name as they are angled downwards, towards the road. The switch to turn them on is usually found on a dashboard dial or twisted indicator stalk, although many newer cars have running lights that work without input from the driver.
    26 ago 2020
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