It's easy to set off on a long journey as the sun is setting and forget to turn your lights on by the time it's gone dark, or waste your lights during sunny hours too. This ingenious device puts an end to all that, keeping your car visible when it needs it the most.
Using an optical sensor which fits on your windscreen, it senses when light levels have dropped to a certain degree and then switches your side lights and low beam on automatically. It also turns them off when exterior light returns.
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