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CFR 49 states that a reflective area is required. Manufacturers have blended the turn signals into dual purpose units that are reflectors as well as signal lamps. The lenses have reflective properties built into them. If you shine a light on the side of a vehicle you will see these properties when the car running lights are turned off. I noticed this ...


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I suggest getting the rotors turned before replacing them (if they haven't been turned too many times before) You will save money this way depending on where you get them turned. Get new pads on both of the insides, and check the calipers. There is a good chance (depending on how old your vehicle is) that you may need to replace them. Check your brake pads ...


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It wouldn't be a "security" concern, but it IS a safety concern. You are talking about your safety and the safety of those around you. If your vehicle does not stop as it should, your reaction time is increased, so you will not be stopping as soon as you would think you should, which could cause unanticipated results. My suggestion is that you update the ...



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