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Old 01-06-2018, 05:30 PM
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I believe the issue with the older US cars is that when the blinker is on, the brake light on the blinking side switches off for a split second with each blink. I guess if you filmed with a fast speed camera there'd be frames where only one brake light is visible during the blinking.

Don't ask me why they've decided on this; I think it's a pedantic rule. It's not like Aussies and Americans have different reaction speeds, etc.

I haven't sussed it out but I would say in the newer model, even if sequential; one of the three lights stays on while the other two follow in sequence.

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Old 14-06-2018, 08:09 PM
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Spoke to the guy who does my rego checks about this today. He is pretty much a stickler for the rules and rightly so. He has not heard anything from RMS about it.



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no worse than many modern cars with daytime run lights , when indicator operates front park/run light turns off

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