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Driving in Shetland

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#121 Urabug



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Posted 20 December 2017 - 07:49 PM

As a professional driver I know perfectly well what flashing lights mean. :thmbsup and the highway code,.


If anyone has noticed when passing the 20mph flashing amber warnings outside the schools,as you get nearer to them they can appear to go out .


A similar thing happens to "some" cars with led lights and could be confusing with one thinking that a driver is flashing at them when in fact they are not.but just going over an uneven piece of road.


Its all to do with the width of the beam I think.


Possibly i am the only one who has noticed this,but I doubt it.


With many motorists being friendly and giving a flick of the lights  it would be easy as I nearly did and  innocently pull out thinking they are giving way to you..

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