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Should vehicle being towed backward have extra lights or flashersPosted Wednesday, July 15, 2009, at 12:18 PM
Borrowed from internet blog. http://www.guzer.com/pictures/truck_head_on.php
However, if we were on a four-lane and pulled out to pass someone who had been blocking our view, we might react violently to seeing a vehicle that appeared to be coming straight at us. If it was real, you would have very little time to react, so should these type of towing jobs have flashing, emergency lights rather than just temporary break lights?
It would still make my heart beat faster, but I may be able to quickly KNOW that it was not a head-on about to happen.
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