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Brake lights are one of many important safety features we take for granted on our vehicles.

When brake light bulbs burn out, it is seriously inconvenient.

The brake lights of your car are controlled by switches connected to the brake pedal underneath the steering wheel.

Your emergency parking brake is something all vehicles come with.

Having properly working lights on your car is important when driving on busy roadways.

An internal combustion engine running on unleaded gasoline builds up a tremendous amount of pressure inside the enclosed crankcase.

The turn signal switch performs several functions, both electrical, and mechanical, while indicating a vehicle turn.

The brake light switch is the electrical switch that is responsible for activating the brake lights.

While newer vehicles are increasingly being built with LED lighting technology, regular light bulbs are still commonly found on the vast majority of vehicles for all of the vehicle’s lighting needs.

The brakes on your vehicle allow you to stop safely, especially in emergency situations.

Just like the light bulbs in the lamps inside your house, bulbs in your car’s lighting system eventually burn out.

The dashboard in your car is the control panel of your vehicle.