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Tram headlights too bright during the daytime

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Re: Tram headlights too bright during the daytime

Postby Myrtone » Thu May 18, 2017 10:31 pm

It's been a long time, I have heard no objections to photosensors to control headlights. Many other things I have pointed out have been ignored.
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Re: Tram headlights too bright during the daytime

Postby Daniel » Thu May 25, 2017 5:26 am

Ignored because there's really nothing to say. No one has raised any objection, but I would say you're the only one here in support of this solution for a problem that doesn't exist - so there's no point in further discussion.
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Re: Tram headlights too bright during the daytime

Postby Myrtone » Thu May 25, 2017 11:24 am

Trams share the road with other vehicles that only use headlights at night. That's not just the case here but most other countries.

Photosensors turn headlights on and off according to ambient light levels without a person having to activate them. They would remove the need for drivers to activate them without leaving them running. But how can be a cosideration with trams but not other vehicles sharing the road, including buses.
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