I want to see you!!
-The headlights of some cars leave much to be desired. They are barely visible during daytime and barely provide enough visibility during night.
-The average age of cars is between 10 and 15 years. Because of this, many cars still have single unit headlights with dual action lightbulbs.
These are far less visible than double unit headlights simply because a light that goes on/off is always more visible than a light that intensifies/fades away.
-Sometimes flashing headlights are almost not visible; especially under even the slightest angle.
-Especially for motorbikes it is essential to be seen. Older bikes however usual have inferior lights.
-With older cars it is sometimes difficult to see if they brake because their braking lights are barely visible. This might have been acceptable 30 years ago, but not today.
-As with lightbulbs in our houses, halogen lightbulbs need to be replaced by LED light bulbs. Every car individually needs to have the appropriate bulb designated. Manufacturers will have to produce replacement lightbulbs for specific vehicles. They could and should increase the amount of Lumen by 10 to 15% depending on the car. As LED lights nowadays are very inexpensive this measure will have only very limited financial impact on the owners of cars.
-The brightness of the rear (brake!)lights of (especially older) cars needs to be checked at their MOT and should produce the same amount of Lumen as any other (modern) car. LED replacements should ensure this.
-LED replacements should also be applied to classic cars if they want to be used on the public roads. The original light bulbs can be stored and preserved.
-In case a car equipped with single unit headlights and dual action lightbulbs would like to flash, the fog lights should be integrated. Like this, flashing becomes actually visible.