New safety rules aim at ‘phantom vehicles’ running at night without lights

Foggy driving
Driving in the fog means slow down and put on more than your running lights.

Transport Canada is expected to require manufacturers to design vehicles in which tail lights are automatically illuminated, because too many drivers are forgetting to turn them on at night. The problem of “phantom vehicles” is partly the unexpected result of a 1989 requirement that vehicles have daytime running lights.

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