Daytime Running Lights (or DRLs for short) are a safety measure which consists in having the headlights on during the day. It typically uses the high beam bulb, but at a much lower intensity, so that it lasts longer. Many people dislike this measure because the user cannot control it (i.e., they turn on automatically). There is also a debate about the safety benefits of DRLs. The sites in this category contain arguments both for and against the use of Daytime Running Lights.
Association of Drivers Against Daytime Running Lights
Association for the purpose of actively opposing the effort to place DRLs in every vehicle manufactured or sold in the United States. News, studies, FAQs, surveys, and boycotts.
Daytime Running Lights: The Studies
A list of studies both for and against the government mandating Daytime Running Lights and DRLs in general.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 16:52:17 UTC