If you’ve ever driven a car in a city, you know the frustration of sitting at a red light for what feels like forever.
Fog and driving lights are types of auxiliary lighting.
Almost all vehicles are equipped with courtesy lights.
A courtesy light switch is what signals the courtesy light, located in the passenger compartment, to come on and provide the light necessary to see what you’re doing, especially on a dark night.
Your car is equipped with a parking brake that helps prevent the car from rolling when parked on a slope.