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BANGKOK 20 February 2019 06:32
Mark Hummel

Lights on for safety

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14 minutes ago, findlay13 said:

I referred to motorbikes.I didn't know there was a law against it, and you had such a chip on your shoulder .You are correct lights on full time on bikes.

I didn't want to offend you.

Just meaning that >I< referred to cars/pickups.

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5 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

I didn't want to offend you.

Just meaning that >I< referred to cars/pickups.

Sorry Mate.I apologise .I didn't mean to be so sensitive, just "thai visa forums", someone always wants to try to belittle someone else on here.

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10 minutes ago, findlay13 said:

Hmmm I'm confused .Oh I see! You didn't comprehend "running lights " .Parking lights? Side lights? better?

Well yes I do....They are all there to be seen by others.....☺️

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9 minutes ago, findlay13 said:

Sorry Mate.I apologise .I didn't mean to be so sensitive, just "thai visa forums", someone always wants to try to belittle someone else on here.

Really...🤔

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2 minutes ago, transam said:

Really...🤔

You haven't noticed all the half smart <deleted> thinking they are smart <deleted>? 🤔 🤣

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1 minute ago, findlay13 said:

You haven't noticed all the half smart <deleted> thinking they are smart <deleted>? 🤔 🤣

At times, but they get buried.....😋

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43 minutes ago, transam said:

Hmmm, but YOU question marked my 2014 ride because it was 5 years old 🙄, well it is 4 and a bit years old....😋

Yes, so? Just shows that most rides, even older, will have automatic light switch.

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1 minute ago, stevenl said:

Yes, so? Just shows that most rides, even older, will have automatic light switch.

You said ALL......🙄

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10 minutes ago, transam said:

At times, but they get buried.....😋

Oh I still see a few🙄 😂

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34 minutes ago, findlay13 said:

Hmmm I'm confused .Oh I see! You didn't comprehend "running lights " .Parking lights? Side lights? better?

Transam is living in a far, far away past sometimes.

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16 hours ago, stevenl said:

Transam is living in a far, far away past sometimes.

Hmmm, really, perhaps you just don't like being questioned...😋

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1 hour ago, transam said:

Hmmm, really, perhaps you just don't like being questioned...😋

The reference has nothing to do with me matey.

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... anyhows... DRLs become effectively 'Parking lights' once the Sun has gone down...

 

 

to me therein is part of the problem... Most modern cars have their dash lights come On when the engine is running; totally independant of lighting conditions outside

 

dudes drive around No Lights, not thinking - as the On dash lights fool someone that's probably grown up with an elder car 

 

 

I have a great wake up tool - that 15 yards of retro reflective tape that fills all rear wndow views at the back of the wagon!

 - Night time; drive around and out in front of the unlit car, and douse one's lights.

  One's car goes black as a cat -  and if the following unlit driver cannot work it out, well, what more can ya do!

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10 minutes ago, Fruit Trader said:

1970's movies are most likely the cause.

 

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 there's an empty Vacancy now gone available at that fender 😪 

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