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High Mounted Stop Light

High Mounted Stop Light

What is a high mounted stop light?

The High Mounted Stop light is a light mounted high and possibly forward of the tail, stop, and rear turn signal lights intended to give a steady stop warning. Affected vehicle changes are listed below, all other vehicles remain unaffected.

What is the purpose of the high mounted brake light?

Also, called safety brake lights or high-level brake lights, the third brake light helps fellow drivers in knowing when you hit the brakes. It is useful when their view of the left and right brake lights is interrupted by other vehicles.

What is a stop light on a car?

Stoplight – a red light on the rear of a motor vehicle that signals when the brakes are applied to slow or stop. brake light. brake system, brakes – a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle.

Is the third brake light on?

Federal law mandates that all vehicles have the third brake light outfitted within the car. Additionally, the third light must be comparable to the other brake lights on the vehicle so that it is not distracting to the drivers behind the vehicle.

What is the benefit of a Centre high mounted stop light Chmsl )?

The Center High Mounted Stop Light, or CHMSL, is a General Motors lighting technology that provides a following vehicle a better indication that a vehicle ahead is applying its brakes and slowing.

Is the center brake light required?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) repeated Voevodsky’s experiment on a larger scale, and concluded that center high mounted stop lights, as the government calls them, reduce accidents and injuries. As a result, in 1986, NHTSA began requiring all new cars to have a third brake light.

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