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Here’s a news flash: When your brake lights die or burn out, they won’t emit light when you press on the brake pedal. It’s that simple. Now, you won’t really be able to see them, unless you’re hanging out behind your car. So, it’s a good idea to make a habit of checking your lights occasionally by having someone stand around your car while you try them all: headlights, high beams, blinkers, tail lights, and yes, brake lights. Furthermore, when you get your oil changed, the mechanic will usually check your lights to make sure they’re all in working order.
Warning lights exist for a reason. And not that reason isn’t to annoy us. Most modern cars have warning lights to let you know when the various lights are no longer working. If your car is flashing the symbol that looks like a light bulb, then you may have a brake light that needs to be fixed. So, fix it.Get a Quote 1-Year | 12,000-Mile Warranty
Let me tell you two things about cars that don’t have operational brake lights. First, they don’t provide a brake warning for the cars behind you, meaning you’re way more likely to get rear-ended. And second, cops absolutely love handing out fix-it tickets for brake lights. I mean, they love it.
So, if you like getting rear ended and fix-it tickets, then by all means, leave that brake light unattended. If you’re normal like the rest of us, get it fixed asap.
1-Year | 12,000-Mile Warranty