tail light

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Translations

tail light

n (Aut) → fanalino di coda (Rail) → luce f di coda
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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It is a hexahedron that curves like rubber and is mounted on the exterior lamps, such as daytime running lights and tail lights.
The campaign aims to fix reflective material on the rear of vehicles that do not have tail lights. He said it was launched because many slow moving vehicles, including tractor trolleys, carts, rickshaws, hand-pulled carts and motorcycle have been moving on roads without tail lights.
Heat transfer modes such as convection, conduction and radiation were modelled in ANSYS Fluent in order to predict the wall temperature within automotive tail lights. The study considered some assumptions like 100% electric power from light is converted to thermal energy and a constant heat flux boundary condition on LED.
It meets the basic requirements of a vehicle by the law - headlights, tail lights, turn signals, brake lights, side view mirrors, and so on.
Its character is marked by a defined grille that widens towards the base and a forward-slanting front section and other features include wide, low-set headlamps and two-section tail lights. The design is also a reflection of the timeless aura of the first CLS, which founded a new segment of the brand and quickly became a design icon.
New systems such as the matrix tail light cluster will also, they say, "revolutionise" tail lights.
Police found a bullet hole near one of the car's tail lights.
that a pickup truck had crashed into a tree down an embankment off Highway 42, its tail lights still visible, the release said.
Addressing the NH and MP officials, DIG Faran Baig said that vehicles without tail lights or with poor visibility of tail lights could become a cause of fatal accidents.
According to preliminary investigations, the bus driver failed to see the tail lights of the cars due to early morning mist, police sources said.